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$900 Million Gas Processor Opens in Ohio

August 1, 2013

KENSINGTON, Ohio — More than 1,700 construction workers built the now operational $900 million M3 Midstream natural gas processing complex that spans Harrison, Carroll and Columbiana counties....

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Aug-02-13 10:18 PM

Don't be quick to trust their employment numbers, they are probably overly optimistic. Seems that only a handful of personnel run a similar 'OLD SMOKEY' fractionation plant owned by MarkWest in Houston, PA, the site of so many black fireballs that even the governor's blindfolded DEP finally noticed. RE: “with this processing system getting those products an important step closer to homes, businesses and industrial users" -- What he isn't telling you is these locations are OVERSEAS where they can sell it for more money. And you really have to laugh at this industry spin: "This heroic accomplishment...” So now industry is going to try to blind Joe Schmoe with what 'heroic' really means?? Did they take the Normandy beach?

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Aug-01-13 4:48 PM

$900 MILLION project.

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Aug-01-13 4:48 PM

Note only about 63 PERMANENT jobs for $900 project.

The Gas Industry is NOT a replacement for the steel mills or coal mines; just NOT that labor intensive.

Still beats a poke in the eye with a sharp stick though.

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