Energy production in Ohio has not only lowered energy costs for families, farmers, and businesses but it is also bringing about a manufacturing renaissance. Companies like Ariel Corporation and Caterpillar are now producing products for use in the construction of pipelines in our state that will ensure affordable, reliable supplies of energy for decades to come.
As important as domestic energy production is, the ability to transport those resources is equally critical. To that end, a number of companies across the country — from Spectra Energy to Williams, Dominion, and Energy Transfer Partners — are completing the construction of underground pipelines to carry oil and natural gas from production sites to regional markets. These pipelines safely and efficiently transport energy resources, and create a number of benefits in their own right during the construction process.
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