Posted on August 29, 2010 by dothemountain
Check this link for a map that corresponds to the pipeline information below.
Central New York Oil And Gas Company Proposed MARC I Hub Line Project (tentative)
Central New York Oil & Gas (CNYOG) company has applied to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to build and operate a 39-mile long, 30-inch diameter natural gas pipeline that would run through parts of Bradford and Lycoming Counties in PA. There are compressor stations involved, also. This pipeline will probably involve eminent domain issues.
To read information about this proposed project on the FERC website, click here:
Scroll your way to page 18 of the 22 pages on the site. Below is a copy of the section on that page pertaining to the project (MARC I Project).
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