January 17, 2018

Significant Pipeline Capacity Coming Online Early In 2018

Natural gas production continues to rise, but instead of pipeline capacity growing to meet it, a recent analysis found that greater pipeline capacity has actually boosted production. According to Argus Media: “The new pipeline capacity ushered in record production for Appalachia, with levels topping 26 Bcf/d in the final days of November, according to BTU […]

January 3, 2018

Record Low Temperatures Spur NatGas Demand

The brave individuals in Times Square on New Year’s Eve are always bundled and shivering, but this year many of us watching on television experienced the cold as well. Caught in a polar vortex, the U.S. experienced record low temperatures on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s day. These record low temperatures  in turn spurred […]

December 28, 2017

Strong Pipeline Infrastructure Makes a Strong America

From the advent of the natural gas revolution, America has continued to grow and expand our energy infrastructure in order to best harness the natural resources right below our feet. It’s an incredible gift that we’ve found, one that’s been able to help thousands of people find work and improve their lives. Expanding our pipeline […]

December 14, 2017

FERC Approves Final Rover HDD Activity

The Rover Pipeline today received approval from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to resume horizontal directional drilling (HDD) activities at the eight remaining locations along the project route. According to the FERC filing, Rover has committed to a number of specific measures at the recommendation of independent engineering firm JD Hair & Associates which […]

December 13, 2017

Rover Donates $10,000 to Five Counties in West Virginia

We’ve written previously about Rover Pipeline’s commitment to improving communities along their construction route, covering the $10,000 donations made to emergency management agencies in 18 counties throughout Ohio. Now Rover is expanding the scope of their charitable contributions, bringing additional $10,000 donations to emergency management agencies in 5 counties that Rover runs through in West […]

December 11, 2017

Michigan Chemistry Council Voices Support for Pipeline Infrastructure

As infrastructure expands, and access to energy resources expands along with it, natural gas helps communities all across the Midwest United States. In regions that do not produce much of their own, natural gas pipelines can bring the important resources to towns and cities, lowering heating costs and helping to keep money in the pockets […]

December 6, 2017

Oil Price: 54 Things You Didn’t Know About Natural Gas

While natural gas, and natural gas pipelines, immediately call to mind heating, cooking, and transportation, in reality natural gas permeates through a wide range of areas of society. As Oil Price notes: “Like oil, natural gas is a prolific fossil fuel with many uses, however I feel that it floats unnoticed under the radar, particularly […]

November 29, 2017

Rover Donates $10,000 in 18 Ohio Counties

While the economic benefits of the Rover Pipeline have been well documented, both in terms of impact on local communities and job creation all along the 713-mile long construction route, what’s easy to overlook are the additional benefits that the company chooses to bring to agencies and townships all on their own. The Rover Pipeline […]

November 21, 2017

Natural Gas and Oil Industry Improves Ohio Infrastructure

While the economic benefits of the oil and natural gas industry have been well documented, the impacts on other aspects of communities have gone somewhat overlooked. Six counties in Ohio received $43 million in property taxes from oil and natural gas properties between 2010 and 2015, and those same six counties are expected to receive […]

November 17, 2017

FERC Approves Drilling at Four Additional Locations for Rover Pipeline

The Rover Pipeline today received approval from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to commence horizontal directional drilling (HDD) at four additional locations along the project’s route. According to FERC’s order, Rover’s site-specific measures for these four locations, developed in coordination with independent peer reviews conducted by third-party engineering experts J.D. Hair & Associates, have […]