Pittsburgh-based EQT is proceeding with two of three pipeline projects.
The company said that the Ohio Valley Connector, a 36-mile pipeline to connect its Equitrans system in northern West Virginia to pipes in eastern Ohio will go forward.
So will the 330-mile Mountain Valley Pipeline which will extend their transmission system through West Virginia into Virginia.
The Ohio Express project, which would have connected EQT’s pipelines in Clarington in Ohio's Monroe County to other pipeline systems further west in Ohio is being pushed to a backburner, the company said in an July 24 earnings call with analysts.
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