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Ohio Leaders Shown $2.2 Billion Gas Plant

Cadiz becomes home to massive processor works

August 22, 2013

CADIZ — Ohio lost its first bid for an ethane cracker plant to Pennsylvania. Sen. Rob Portman wants to make sure that doesn’t happen again. Portman, R-Ohio, toured MarkWest Energy’s $2....

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uglyassmf

Aug-22-13 2:41 AM

Yea..just don't sell the taxpayers short. Make sure we the taxpayers profit from it buy lower tax rates, good paying jobs and no huge mess of waste and destruction to have to clean up on our dime. Our wonderfull leaders here in Belmont County have already tried to pass bridge and road repairs on the the citizens because of all the damage from the trucks. I'm all for jobs but not if we are paying the wages and all the costs associated with them being here.

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Ragnar

Aug-22-13 6:15 AM

You will NEVER see lower tax rates on anything. Once government passes a tax (or levy) or starts a spending program, it never goes away.

Additional revenue will only encourage government to spend even more money.

Does anyone truly believe that if federal revenues hit $4 trillion that we would have a $400 billion surplus? No. The government officials would find something of "crucial importance" and they would waste the money. In fact, they would BORROW more money and we would be back in deficit land.

Government officials should only get to vote on an overall budget that covers their minimum functions. All of this add on, pork spending, etc. is a waste.

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Marcellus

Aug-22-13 8:15 AM

More smoke and mirrors from the boys at MarkWest! Interesting that this MarkWest exec trotted-out the oldest industry LIE once again to continue your brainwashing: "Regarding the drilling process, Portman emphasized there are no confirmed reports of natural gas fracking leading to groundwater contamination." There were 161 cases recently documented by the Pa DEP, revealed in a news story last month by the Scranton Times-Tribune. This exec must think no one reads the newspaper, or believes that fracking is limited to one precise moment, it's an entire process. Hopefully MarkWest will get BIG fines for their recent fish kill and their 'Ole Smokey' billion dollar gas plant near Houston, Pa.

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mikeyd

Aug-22-13 8:44 AM

so now the politicians are saying that we need a trained work force here.where were these people when this all started?nobody including the politicians even heard of fracking.as fast as all of this took place they had to know something was happening.when all of those trucks hit wellsburg nobody had a clue as to what they were doing.we just saw them dumping stuff into the river.many,many tons of this stuff and not a politician to be seen.now they want to tell us what to do.by the time anybody gets trained these companies will be out of here and off to the next place.you politicians all failed again which is the norm.

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promo61

Aug-22-13 10:29 AM

Negative pontificators would complain about taxes if they won the lottery. Can any of you recall an investment in our area where the dollar amount started with a "B"?

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mkhunt

Aug-22-13 4:11 PM

these guys are carnival barkers for death and destruction. Wetzel County has been contaminated losing valuable farmland and water.for short term gain by exploitive corporations our lives are endangered, our farms devasted and our people degraded.Carcinogens are being brought in across state lines. Help the EPA charge and try these perpetrator$ and lock them up like the Enron crew.

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Marcellus

Aug-24-13 8:22 AM

MarkWest's OLE SMOKEY in Houston Pa is back in the Observer-Reporter newspaper today, their plant can't seem to operate without producing ongoing billows of fire and black smoke. The Pa DEP needs to shut them down! observer-reporter****/article/20130823/NEWS01/130829753#.UhilQILD_cs

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