After some months in a delay mode; the Rover Pipeline looks like it will sprint to the finish in the natural gas pipeline project in Ohio. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has approved some additional horizontal drilling needed at four locations. Some of those are near railroad tracks, and crossing under highways. FERC was able to use the recommendations of some independent survey teams to gather input. The Rover Pipeline has been partially in service since September; but with this new approval, they expect to complete the link to the hub north of Defiance, and the run into Michigan and Canada.
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