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Second Schoharie County gas pipeline proposal comes to light

Both would tap into Marcellus shale

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A second major gas company is eyeing Schoharie County for the path of a new pipeline from northeastern Pennsylvania. Oklahoma-based Williams Partners, under a joint venture with Texas-based Cabot Oil & Gas, is proposing the 120-mile Constitution Pipeline to transport natural gas — much of it from Cabot’s Marcellus shale production — to growing markets in the Northeast. The proposal, announced Tuesday, is unrelated to the project being considered by the Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co., ...


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