March 20, 2017

Ohio Grange Voices Support for the Rover Pipeline

In a recent opinion piece in the Bryan Times, Bob White, president of the Ohio Grange, expressed his support for the Rover Pipeline. The project will create reliable access to natural gas for farmers throughout the region, supplying agricultural operations with much-needed domestic energy resources. As Mr. White relates: The average American farm spends a […]

March 11, 2017

Ohio EPA Approves the Rover Pipeline

The Rover Pipeline has received its 401 Water Quality Certificate from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in yet further testament to the project’s planning and commitment to minimal impacts along the pipeline route. As the Toledo Blade relates: The proposed, 830-mile Rover pipeline has received its Ohio Environmental Protection Agency water quality certification for […]

March 6, 2017

Hindu Communities Applaud Compromise with Rover Pipeline

Last week, the Rover Pipeline successfully reached agreements with several landowners in West Virginia. As News Patrolling reports, one prominent group among those who reached amicable terms with Rover was the New Vrindaban Krishna community, located in Marshall County. According to the article: “New Vrindaban” (The land of Krishna) holy dham community, founded in 1968 in […]

March 3, 2017

FERC Allows Rover Pipeline to Commence Construction

In early February, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity for the Rover Pipeline. In the latest development in the project’s regulatory review process, FERC granted Rover’s request to commence construction. This is an incredibly important step for the Rover Pipeline, as this critical infrastructure project progresses toward […]

February 24, 2017

Defiance Crescent-News: Rover Pipeline “Is Good For The Economy Of Ohio”

Joining the ongoing displays of support for the Rover Pipeline, the Defiance Crescent-News recently published an opinion piece by the publication’s editorial board. As the piece notes: Earlier this month, the Federal Enegy Regulatory Commission approved plans for the (Rover) pipeline project that will traverse three local counties (Defiance, Henry and Fulton) and include construction […]

February 17, 2017

Rover Pipeline Will Increase Regional Natural Gas Takeaway

According to a recent article in Natural Gas Intelligence, the Rover Pipeline – along with other recently approved pipelines – stand to have a dramatic effect on takeaway capacity for natural gas producers in the Appalachian region, including the Marcellus and Utica shale formations. This in turn will increase the diversity of supply available to […]

February 10, 2017

Canton Repository Editorial Board: Rover Pipeline Will Bring “Next Phase” for Ohio Natural Gas

Following the Rover Pipeline’s approval by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, a number of national, state, and regional news outlets have reported on the development. One piece in particular, however, stood out to the Coalition for the Expansion of Pipeline Infrastructure. This week, the Canton Repository  published an opinion piece by the newspaper’s editorial board […]

February 3, 2017

Press Release: FERC Issues Certificate for Rover Pipeline

Last night, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued a certificate of public convenience and necessity for the Rover Pipeline Project. The Coalition for the Expansion of Pipeline Infrastructure (CEPI) applauds FERC for releasing the certificate after two years of thorough review. “We’re ready to get to work,” said Geno Alessandrini, business manager of the […]

January 27, 2017

Ohio Chemistry Technology Council: “America’s industries need energy infrastructure”

Access to natural gas is critical for a range of industries – and chief among those is the chemical industry, which provides the feedstocks for a range of products – from modern medicines to household products. The Rover Pipeline will play an important role in providing that access, transporting domestically-produced natural gas to regional markets […]

January 20, 2017

Delays in Pipeline Construction Hurt Consumers

Pipeline infrastructure is critical to natural gas producers, facilitating the safe, efficient transport of domestic energy resources from drilling sites to end markets – and ultimately, consumers who use natural gas to heat their homes. And as a recent report in Crain’s Cleveland Business notes, delays in the construction of pipelines such as Rover could […]