89.7 WKSU-FM – A new joint effort by Ohio and Michigan businesses, labor unions and trade groups is promoting support for natural gas pipelines in the two states. In Ohio, the Coalition for the Expansion of Pipeline Infrastructure consists of groups such as the Ohio Chamber of Commerce, the Ohio Manufacturers’ Association and the Ohio Hotel and Lodging Association.
Detroit Business Magazine – Michigan and Ohio agriculture, manufacturing, and business groups have formed a coalition to support the construction of a proposed $4.3 billion natural gas pipeline that will run through Michigan and other states and will have a direct economic impact on local and regional communities creating up to 10,000 temporary jobs.
Akron Beacon Journal – A new Ohio-Michigan coalition of businesses, trade groups and labor unions is trying to show a federal agency that there is widespread public support for natural gas pipelines. The group, called the Coalition for the Expansion of Pipeline Infrastructure, includes the Ohio Chamber of Commerce, the Ohio Manufacturers Association, the Ohio Chemistry and Technology Council, the Ohio State Grange and the Ohio Hotel and Lodging Association.
Livingston Daily Press & Argus – Michigan residents should enthusiastically support the Rover Pipeline, a project that is vitally important to the state’s ability to build and sustain a modern energy infrastructure. Rover is good for the Michigan economy, with natural gas driving a manufacturing comeback, and is good for the long-term ability of the United […]
The Grange is a grassroots organization that represents the interests of farm and non-farm rural families and communities here and across the nation.
Tiffin Advertiser-Tribune – Ohioans are going to gain a lot more from the Rover natural gas pipeline than just a bountiful supply of American-made energy. The gas flowing through Rover will help provide Ohio manufacturers – and the thousands of men and women who work for them – with the fuel and raw material they need […]
Infrastructure projects play an important role in getting our economy on track.
The Marcellus Shale gas boom has created thousands of jobs in Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia and it can do so right here in Michigan as well.
Plenty has been written about the effect an abundant supply of natural gas has on heating our homes and producing low-cost electricity.