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Aerial Photograph of Pipeline Construction in Shady Knolls Subdivision, Ypsilanti, August 1955

Aerial Photograph of Pipeline Construction in Shady Knolls Subdivision, Ypsilanti, August 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 19, 1955
Caption
Pipeline to be Laid in Ypsilanti Lake: Workmen are preparing to lay a 30-inch natural gas pipelines across Ypsilanti township's Ford Lake. Begun at a point northeast of the Willow Run plant, the pipeline will eventually reach natural gas fields in Louisiana. Note construction crew's barge near beach and 40-foot sections of pipe. The line will enter the water immediately south of Harris Rd., shown ending at S. Grove Rd. which runs across top of photo. Part of Nancy Park Subdivision is also pictured.

Gas Boom Rips Through Northern Woods

Gas Boom Rips Through Northern Woods image
Parent Issue
Day
5
Month
June
Year
1992
Copyright
Copyright Protected

ET Rover Pipeline Washtenaw County Maps (March 2015) Updated

Day
24
Month
March
Year
2015

ET Rover Pipeline, LLC is a new interstate natural gas pipeline proposed to connect the rapidly expanding Marcellus and Utica Shale production areas to “liquid” markets for immediate consumption in the Midwest, Great Lakes and Gulf Coast regions of the United States or for export to Canadian markets. The approximately 800 mile ET Rover Pipeline Project will transport domestically produced natural gas from multiple gas processing facilities located in Eastern Ohio, Northwest West Virginia and Western Pennsylvania or from other pipelines located near Clarington, Ohio to multiple markets in the central United States and Canada, including Ohio and Michigan.

Additional maps:
August 2014 Maps
Alternate Route 1 (February 2015)
Alternate Route 2 (February 2015)

The following maps depict the proposed pipeline through Washtenaw County. More information is available from eWashtenaw.org or access the ET Rover Fact Sheet.

ET Rover Pipeline Washtenaw County Maps - Route Alternate 2 (February 2015)

ET Rover Pipeline Washtenaw County Maps - Route Alternate 2 (February 2015) image
Day
20
Month
February
Year
2015

ET Rover Pipeline, LLC is a new interstate natural gas pipeline proposed to connect the rapidly expanding Marcellus and Utica Shale production areas to “liquid” markets for immediate consumption in the Midwest, Great Lakes and Gulf Coast regions of the United States or for export to Canadian markets. The approximately 800 mile ET Rover Pipeline Project will transport domestically produced natural gas from multiple gas processing facilities located in Eastern Ohio, Northwest West Virginia and Western Pennsylvania or from other pipelines located near Clarington, Ohio to multiple markets in the central United States and Canada, including Ohio and Michigan.

August 2014 Maps
March 2015 Maps
Alternate Route 1 (February 2015)

The following maps depict the proposed pipeline through Washtenaw County. More information is available from eWashtenaw.org or access the ET Rover Fact Sheet.

ET Rover Pipeline Washtenaw County Maps - Route Alternate 1 (February 2015)

ET Rover Pipeline Washtenaw County Maps - Route Alternate 1 (February 2015) image
Day
20
Month
February
Year
2015

ET Rover Pipeline, LLC is a new interstate natural gas pipeline proposed to connect the rapidly expanding Marcellus and Utica Shale production areas to “liquid” markets for immediate consumption in the Midwest, Great Lakes and Gulf Coast regions of the United States or for export to Canadian markets. The approximately 800 mile ET Rover Pipeline Project will transport domestically produced natural gas from multiple gas processing facilities located in Eastern Ohio, Northwest West Virginia and Western Pennsylvania or from other pipelines located near Clarington, Ohio to multiple markets in the central United States and Canada, including Ohio and Michigan.

August 2014 Maps
March 2015 Maps
Alternate Route 2 (February 2015)

The following maps depict the proposed pipeline through Washtenaw County. More information is available from eWashtenaw.org or access the ET Rover Fact Sheet.

ET Rover Pipeline Washtenaw County Maps (March 2015) Updated

ET Rover Pipeline Washtenaw County Maps (March 2015) Updated image
Day
24
Month
March
Year
2015

ET Rover Pipeline, LLC is a new interstate natural gas pipeline proposed to connect the rapidly expanding Marcellus and Utica Shale production areas to “liquid” markets for immediate consumption in the Midwest, Great Lakes and Gulf Coast regions of the United States or for export to Canadian markets. The approximately 800 mile ET Rover Pipeline Project will transport domestically produced natural gas from multiple gas processing facilities located in Eastern Ohio, Northwest West Virginia and Western Pennsylvania or from other pipelines located near Clarington, Ohio to multiple markets in the central United States and Canada, including Ohio and Michigan. Additional maps:

August 2014 Maps
Alternate Route 1 (February 2015)
Alternate Route 2 (February 2015)

The following maps depict the proposed pipeline through Washtenaw County. More information is available from eWashtenaw.org or access the ET Rover Fact Sheet.

ET Rover Pipeline Washtenaw County Maps

ET Rover Pipeline Washtenaw County Maps image
Day
19
Month
August
Year
2014

ET Rover Pipeline, LLC is a new interstate natural gas pipeline proposed to connect the rapidly expanding Marcellus and Utica Shale production areas to “liquid” markets for immediate consumption in the Midwest, Great Lakes and Gulf Coast regions of the United States or for export to Canadian markets. The approximately 800 mile ET Rover Pipeline Project will transport domestically produced natural gas from multiple gas processing facilities located in Eastern Ohio, Northwest West Virginia and Western Pennsylvania or from other pipelines located near Clarington, Ohio to multiple markets in the central United States and Canada, including Ohio and Michigan.

Additional maps:
March 2015 Maps
Alternate Route 1 (February 2015)
Alternate Route 2 (February 2015)

The following maps depict the proposed pipeline through Washtenaw County. More information is available from eWashtenaw.org or access the ET Rover Fact Sheet.

A Wonderful Phenomenon

A Wonderful Phenomenon image
Parent Issue
Day
14
Month
July
Year
1848
Copyright
Public Domain