Westinghouse wants to sell property for Sunoco pipeline project

Westinghouse Electric Co. is asking a bankruptcy judge to allow the sale of a portion of its property in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania to a pipeline subsidiary of Sunoco Logistics Partners, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The newspaper says Westinghouse stands to gain $920,550 from the sale of the 72 acres. Westinghouse, which filed for bankruptcy protection on March 29, 2017, has been in talks with Sunoco for more than a year over a plan to run two natural gas liquids pipelines across a property that houses Westinghouse’s specialty metals plant in Blairsville. For more, read the full story.

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