October 12, 2016

Hillary Clinton Notes Importance of Natural Gas in Presidential Debate

The most recent presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton spanned a wide array of topics. One question from the audience, however, caught the attention of CEPI. One astute attendee asked the candidates: What steps will your energy policy take to meet our energy needs, while at the same time remaining environmentally friendly and […]

October 7, 2016

Natural Gas – A Critical “Bridge Fuel” for the American Economy

The Coalition for the Expansion of Pipeline Infrastructure frequently addresses the importance of natural gas – not only as a fuel source, but also as a feedstock for the manufacturing of products and even for the agricultural industry. A recent report by Oil & Gas 360 underscored many of these uses. As the article details: […]

October 5, 2016

OH EPA Public Meeting Attendees Voice Support for Rover Pipeline

The Wooster Daily Record covered the public meeting held by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regarding the project’s water quality permits. According to the article, a number of Rover supporters were in attendance and voiced their backing for the Rover Pipeline: During the public hearing, Don Cleland of Ashland Railway voiced support of approving […]

September 27, 2016

Mike Chadsey of the Ohio Oil & Gas Association Joins CEPI for a Discussion on Rover

Mike Chadsey, Director of Public Relations with the Ohio Oil & Gas Association, recently met with CEPI to discuss the Rover Pipeline. As he relates, midstream infrastructure projects like Rover are crucial to natural gas producers in Ohio, allowing them to transport their resources to markets throughout the region. According to Mr. Chadsey, Rover will […]

September 23, 2016

Rover Pipeline Receives OH EPA Air Quality Permits

In the latest step of the Rover Pipeline’s regulatory approval process, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued seven air permits for compressor stations along the project’s route. Compressor stations placed at regular intervals facilitate delivery of natural gas along the pipeline, ensuring that gas flows at constant, safe pressures. According to the OH […]

September 18, 2016

Operating Engineers Member Voices Support for Rover Pipeline

In the latest display of support for the Rover Pipeline, The Sun Times News published a letter to the editor from Russell Smith of the Operating Engineers, in which he voices his backing for the project. As he writes: The Operating Engineers play an integral role in the construction of Michigan’s infrastructure. From highways, roads […]

September 16, 2016

Charleston Gazette-Mail Highlights WV Natural Gas Infrastructure Development

An editorial piece published by the Charleston Gazette-Mail expounds upon the many benefits that the construction of natural gas infrastructure bring to the state of West Virginia. Citing the recent announcement of Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co.’s federal approval for $100 million in local expansions, the piece highlights a number of proposed projects in the state, […]

September 13, 2016

U.S. Sen Shelly Moore Capito Discusses Benefits of Natural Gas and Infrastructure

The Wheeling Intelligencer recently published an opinion editorial by U.S. Sen Shelly Moore Capito (R-WV) in which she expounds upon the enormous amount of promise that the Marcellus shale formation – and subsequent natural gas development – holds for the state of West Virginia. Sen. Capito encourages the responsible development of natural gas and calls […]

September 2, 2016

Ohio Encourages Exploration of Trades Careers

Canton Repository recently published an editorial piece on construction jobs in Ohio. Nowhere are these positions more important than on pipelines – hardworking tradesmen and women are critical to ensuring a safe construction process. According to a recent report by the Associated General Contractors of America, Ohio is experiencing difficulties filling demand for these roles: […]