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Dominion, Duke Energy plan $5B natural gas pipeline from West Virginia to North Carolina

Paul J. Gough Some of the nation’s biggest natural gas providers are planning to build a 550-mile pipeline from West Virginia to North Carolina. Dominion, Duke Energy, Piedmont Natural Gas and AGL Resources are combining to build and own the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, a $4.5 billion to $5 billion project that will provide Marcellus Shale

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International Trade Commission Vote Could Impact PA Steelworkers

By Liz Reid A recent decision by the International Trade Commission regarding South Korean steel tubes may have an effect here in southwestern Pennsylvania. The ITC voted recently to impose duties on steel pipes and tubes from South Korea and five other countries, which were found to be “dumping” their products into the U.S. market.

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Enable Midstream to invest $200M for new processing plant in Oklahoma

By Teresa Nones Enable Midstream Partners LP on Sept. 3 said that its board of directors has approved a plan to build a 200-MMcf/d natural gas processing plant in Grady County, Okla., designed to serve producers in the South Central Oklahoma Oil Province, or SCOOP, play. The partnership expects to invest more than $200 million

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Marcellus shale has $90 billion in remaining value, study says

By Bob Downing Marcellus: Identifying US billion in remaining value Our granular well-level analysis of this key shale gas play indicates a strong future of continued growth  The Marcellus is currently the largest shale gas play in the world. Its recognised commercial area spans over 30 million acres across four states and our latest research

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EQT, NextEra moving forward with Mountain Valley Pipeline

Sam Kusic EQT Corp. and joint venture partner NextEra Energy Inc. are moving forward with their proposed 330-mile Mountain Valley Pipeline, announcing they’ll hold a binding open season for its transmission capacity. The move follows the close of a non-binding open season, which concluded in July. The binding season is to end Sept. 29. In

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