Though activity is booming today, it’s really just a “smaller version of the past,” according to Philip Scranton, professor of history emeritus at Rutgers.
The company’s original budget was $2.5 billion but is now $1.9 billion.
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Pieces of rock that are displaced by the drill bit as the rock is cut.
Ginter believes that the pipeline project will benefit Columbiana County by creating jobs and generating revenue.
The company pled guilty to dumping rock, sand, soil and stone into streams that supply water to Marcellus Shale well sites in Marshall County.
PTT Global Chemical PCL, based in Bangkok, Thailand, will conduct engineering and feasibility studies over the next four to 16 months to decide whether or not to build the cracker plant.
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The pipeline developers believe that eminent domain, mentioned in West Virginia law, allows them to use the property for pipeline construction, regardless of landowners’ refusal.
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