Ohio EPA seeks help from attorney general to enforce Rover pipeline penalties

The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) has turned over $2.3 million in civil penalties against the owners of the Rover pipeline for enforcement by the Ohio Attorney General’s office, reports WOSU Radio. OEPA Director Craig Butler said he had no choice but to bring in the attorney general’s office to force a settlement with Energy Transfer Partners and other owners of the Rover pipeline over civil penalties for environmental violations during pipeline construction, according to WOSU. For more, read the full story.