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Revolution Pipeline construction begins

CENTER TWP. — The natural gas pipeline that exploded in Beaver County two years ago is again under construction in Center Township. 

Environmental regulators last week gave Revolution Pipeline owners Energy Transfer Corp. the green light to build near the end of Ivy Lane. 

Part of the 24-inch line will be rerouted along level ground near the original explosion site. Company representatives alerted residents, the Central Valley School District and local police and fire departments of plans to clear trees and complete the project in roughly two months. 

The 40-mile gathering line travels across Butler, Beaver and Washington counties to feed natural gas liquids from western Pennsylvania into the company’s larger statewide lines. It enters Beaver County in New Sewickley Township then travels to Conway, under the Conway Rail Yard and the Ohio River, into Center Township, and then down through Raccoon and Independence townships.

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2020-09-28 02:00:00

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