Additional ET Rover Pipeline Maps Available for Washtenaw County
Wed, 05/06/2015 - 4:07pm by anned
Additional maps are now available of the proposed pipeline through Washtenaw County.
View them online here:
[http://www.aadl.org/etrover|August 2014 Maps]
[http://www.aadl.org/etroverupdate|March 2015 Maps]
[http://www.aadl.org/etroverroutealt1|Alternate Route 1 (February 2015)]
[http://www.aadl.org/etroverroutealt2|Alternate Route 2 (February 2015)]
These are also available at the Downtown Library 2nd floor Reference Desk.
ET Rover Pipeline Company LLC (a division of Energy Transfer) announced a 42” diameter high pressure natural gas pipeline project that is proposed to run through Washtenaw County. The approximately 810-mile natural gas pipeline will connect the rapidly expanding Marcellus and Utica Shale production areas to markets serving the Midwest, Great Lakes and Gulf Coast regions of the United States, or for export to Canada.
Wish there would be more development of renewable energy sources!
Infrastructure can be such an anxiety provoker. Thanks for the links.
I oppose the proposed fracked fuel pressure pipeline crossing Washtenaw County near Scio Church Road. To minimize fracking extraction costs, a single pipeline connects multiple wells and excess gas pressure from new wells is vented away in a practice called flaring that can exceed 30% of production!
This fuel is a national treasure. The oil companies' rush to market is wasting our natural resources and spewing greenhouse gases without purpose and without benefit to the people. Frack no. Slow down!