Energy Transfer Partners delays start of Rover Pipeline

Energy Transfer Partners LP has delayed the in-service of its Rover natural gas pipeline that runs through Ohio until later this summer, according to Reuters. The news service says the first phase of the pipeline, originally expected to start operations in late July, has been pushed back after Energy Transfer Partners "first needed to meet certain requirements" set by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and Ohio Environmental Protection Agency related to a drilling fluids spill into an Ohio wetland during construction in April. The company said it still expects the second and final phase of the $4.2 billion project to enter service in November. For more, read the full story.

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