September 2, 2014

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Bluegrass Pipeline an important part of Kentucky's economic and logistical future

Learning that a new underground pipeline may be coming through Kentucky has some folks asking questions.  What are the risks? What about my land? What about the environmental impact? These are just a few things Kentuckians have a right to know about the proposed Bluegrass Pipeline Project.

But those parties that use scare tactics to oppose such projects do not want you to hear the truth: that underground pipelines are a safe and effective method for transporting the energy products on which the American economy depends.

Underground pipelines are certainly nothing new in Kentucky.  There are thousands of miles of pipelines safely operating beneath our feet every day.  In fact, more than half of the proposed 1,100 mile Bluegrass Pipeline is already in place and operated by Kentucky-based Texas Gas; it is simply being repurposed to carry natural gas liquids.