Cutting south from Marshall County to Wayne County, West Virginia, Mountaineer XPress will add 170 miles (274 km) of natural gas pipeline to serve growing communities in the state. Once complete, the line will deliver clean, affordable, domestically produced natural gas, easing reliance on foreign fuels, and create hundreds of jobs for West Virginians.
Mountaineer XPress will significantly increase our ability to get US-produced natural gas to market. This means more local jobs and less foreign fuel.
During construction and as part of ongoing maintenance, Mountaineer XPress is expected to create thousands of jobs for workers.
170 miles (274 km) in length
Increasing capacity by 2.7 billion cubic feet natural gas per day
Economic investment of $2 billion
Calhoun County Commissioner about the Mountaineer XPress Project
Calhoun County Commissioner in West Virginia about his involvement with TransCanada
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Mountaineer XPress will bring clean, domestically produced natural gas to thousands of families and businesses in West Virginia. Along the way it will create jobs, create opportunities for local vendors and generate significant tax revenues for local, state and federal governments.
Mountaineer XPress will open new markets for safely and domestically produced natural gas. Explore the route below.
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