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February 25, 2021
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Michcon Pipeline
(2007-04-26)
(wgvu) - Michigan Consolidated Gas says it
plans to build a 16-mile natural gas pipeline in the southern Grand
Rapids area.
Construction on the 70 (m) million-dollar pipeline is to begin
in June and end sometime next year.
About 92 percent of it will be built along an electrical
transmission right of way.
MichCon officials say this will help cut down on traffic
problems caused by construction.
The pipeline will run from Jamestown in southeastern Ottawa
County to Wyoming and Kentwood in southern Kent County.
The utility says the project will help provide an ample natural
gas supply and enhance supply safety and reliability to the growing
area.
MichCon is a subsidiary of Detroit-based D-T-E Energy.
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