- Letter: WV on cusp of major development with natural gas pipeline projects
- Several Southern West Virginia counties to receive $8 million from oil and natural gas property taxes
- OIL/GAS PROPERTY TAXES TO PROVIDE $96 MILLION TO COUNTY GOVERNMENTS
- J. Peder Zane: Atlantic Coast Pipeline would be a modern lifeline (Daily Mail)
- Rebecca McPhail: Time to speak up for WV energy
- Clarksburg’s Robinson Grand soon to be reality
- Letter: Shale project will boost economic growth for years (Daily Mail)
- Daily Mail editorial: No longer business as usual in the oil patch
- WVONGA Statement Regarding The Announcement That China Energy Will Invest $83 Billion in West Virginia
- West Virginia announces $83.7 billion gas development deal with China Energy
- WVONGA to Host “Embracing Energy” Conference Nov. 9-10
- Thousands of new jobs expected from roads, pipeline projects in W.Va
- WVONGA Statement Regarding FERC Approval for Atlantic Coast, Supply Header, Mountain Valley Pipeline Projects
- Guest editorial (Parkersburg): Slow pipeline reviews cost us jobs and revenue
- WVONGA Issues Resolution of Support for Oct. 7 Roads To Prosperity Amendment of 2017
- Howard Swint: Sites in W.Va. perfect for ethane storage hub (Daily Mail)
- West Virginia behind the curve in developing gas-fired power plants
- Natural Gas Industry Energizing Education in West Virginia
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MarkWest, a natural gas company with operations in several states, is planning to build a trucking facility for natural gas liquids near Clendenin.
The company filed for a building permit for the proposed project with Kanawha County late last week.
According to the permit application, the loading facility will cost $2 million, and will be constructed just east of Clendenin, near the existing Cobb compressor station.
INSTITUTE, W.Va. — The California-based company that plans to operate two methanol plants in the Kanawha Valley will use plants in other parts of the world that are no longer in operation.
US Methanol CEO Brad Gunn tells MetroNews the plants are currently in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and Central Europe.
“We went and bought two existing methanol plants that are in other parts of the world and we’re taking them apart as we speak, transporting them here and putting them back together,” Gunn said.
The Exponent Telegram
CLARKSBURG — Work is continuing to bring three natural-gas-fired power plants to West Virginia, with an estimated $2 billion investment in the three projects, an official with Energy Solutions Consortium said.
Energy Solutions is planning to build the power plants in Harrison, Marshall and Brooke counties, spokesman Curtis Wilkerson said.