The Nexus Gas Transmission pipeline will be a 250 mile long interstate pipeline transporting natural gas from eastern Ohio into Canada. The proposed pipeline is still in its infancy, with an expected in-service date of late 2016, but the preliminary path of the pipeline is beginning to become clear.
The pipeline is currently set to have its eastern origination point in Columbiana County and travel predominantly north west through Stark, Summit, Medina, Lorain and Erie Counties. It is believed that the Nexus pipeline will connect with another pipeline in Erie County and continue through Ohio into Michigan and Canada.
Sever Storey has obtained a copy of the relatively crude map that has been released at this point. If you have a question about the path of the pipeline, need more information about the eminent domain attorneys at Sever Storey, or if you are involved in your own eminent domain dispute, please contact our office at any time at 1-888-318-3761 or visit us on the web at www.landownerattorneys.com.
-George Padgitt, Sever Storey
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