Lawmakers Seek Input on Pipeline Project

HARRISBURG – The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is seeking input from the public and interested agencies on the proposed West to East – Overbeck to Leidy Project, according to state Rep. Matt Gabler (R-Clearfield/Elk).

National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation plans to construct and operate approximately 78.4 miles of 24-inch diameter pipeline and related facilities in Cameron, Clearfield, Clinton, Elk and Jefferson counties. The company also plans to build two compressor stations and a new meter station.

It is important to note that public comment on the project must be received on or before June 21.

If you would like more information about the proposal, please visit Gabler’s Web site, and click on West to East – Overbeck to Leidy Project. You will be able to research the proposal and find ways to comment on what National Fuel intends to do.

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