Dominion Asks Federal Permission For Two Natural-Gas Projects


Richmond-based Dominion Resources has asked federal regulators for approval of natural-gas projects in West Virginia and upstate New York costing a total of $235 million.

The company said the Clarington project in West Virginia would provide a reliable route to transport natural gas from Appalachian basin.

The New Market project in upstate New York, Dominion said, would improves access for the energy company National Grid to meet growing demand for natural gas.

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