Case number: 16-0253-GA-BTX
Project: Central Corridor Extension Gas Pipeline
Applicant: Duke Energy Ohio
Location: Hamilton County
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Duke Energy Ohio proposes to construct an approximately 13-mile long, 20-inch diameter natural gas pipeline in order to increase the reliability of natural gas delivery in central Cincinnati. The proposed pipeline would run from an existing gas main near the intersection of Butler, Warren, and Hamilton counties to an existing main in either the Norwood area or the Fairfax area. Documents filed in the case may be viewed in the case record.
Duke Energy project website
The purpose of the public hearings is to gather input from the community. The purpose of the adjudicatory hearing is to allow formal parties to the case to present testimony and evidence and to cross examine other parties’ witnesses. A court reporter records the proceedings and testimony at each hearing. Not until the hearings are complete will the Board members schedule the case for consideration and make a ruling based on the case record.
Local Public Hearing
March 21, 2019, from 3-8 p.m.
University of Cincinnati-Blue Ash
9555 Plainfield Rd.
Muntz Hall, Room 119
Blue Ash, Ohio 45236
Hearing Transcript from June 15, 2017 public hearing in Blue Ash, Ohio
April 9, 2019, at 10 a.m.
Offices of the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio
Hearing Room 11-A
180 E. Broad St.
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Rehearing and appeal
Once the Board issues its decision, formal parties to the case are permitted 30 days to file for rehearing of the decision with the Board. Following the completion of the rehearing process, decisions made by the Board may be appealed to the Supreme Court of Ohio.
Duke Energy must meet the requirements of the federal pipeline safety regulations. The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) Pipeline Safety Section monitors the construction and operation of natural gas pipelines in Ohio, enforcing the federal regulations, and conducting routine inspections and audits once pipelines are placed in service. Questions regarding pipeline safety may be addressed to the PUCO Pipeline Safety Section online or by phone at (800) 686-7826.
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