‘Desperate’ To Get Natural Gas Out Of Appalachia, Pipeline Builders Face Long Battle Even After Supreme Court Victory

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In Pennsylvania, West Virginia and parts of New York and Ohio, home to the natural gas-rich Marcellus Shale basin, there are simply not enough pipelines to transport all the natural gas to other parts of the country.

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