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Mariner East 2 pipeline gets two public forums

Sunoco Logistics announced this week it will be hosting two open houses in central Pennsylvania regarding its proposed Mariner East 2 pipeline project. The Mariner East 2 would stretch 350 miles and run parallel to its sister pipeline, the Mariner East 1.  The $2.5 billion pipeline would transport natural gas liquids across southern Pennsylvania to the Marcus Hook Industrial complex.  ...

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Sunoco Logistics increases cash distribution

Sunoco Logistics Partners L.P., the Philadelphia pipeline and fuel terminal operator, increased its cash distribution Tuesday for the 39th straight quarter. The company will pay 40 cents per common unit on Feb. 13 to unit-holders of record on Feb. 9, a 5 percent increase over the previous quarter’s distribution of 38.25 cents. The boost represents a 21 percent increase over ...

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Sunoco tells Stow neighborhood their backyard landscaping around pipeline needs to go

STOW — Residents along Pimlico Boulevard said when they built their homes a couple of decades ago, they knew there was a commercial gas pipeline running through their backyards. Gary Papes said he even sought approval from the previous pipeline owner before he started adding plants in the 1990s. The trees his college-age children planted as 4- and 5-year-olds are ...

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Mariner East a boon to Philadelphia’s position as energy hub

Philadelphia has long been positioned to become a central energy hub for the northeast. Sunoco Logistics’ Mariner East project will soon fill the need of lacking pipeline infrastructure, spurring the potential growth. Gas & Oil Magazine reports that Sunoco Logistics recently made a public statement confirming the construction of the pipeline spanning from southwest Pennsylvania to the Marcus Hook Industrial ...

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DEP citing Sunoco for drilling clay into creek

FINLEYVILLE, Pa. — The state Department of Environmental Protection says it expects to fine Sunoco Logistics for 5,300 gallons of drilling clay that a subcontractor accidentally released into a southwestern Pennsylvania creek two months ago. The (Washington) Observer-Reporter says Sunoco hired the subcontractor to do horizontal drilling on a 53-mile natural gas pipeline that crosses Washington and Westmoreland counties. The ...

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