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Williams and Boardwalk Pipeline Partners hosted a series of public open houses in Ohio, Kentucky and Pennsylvania to provide information on the proposed Bluegrass Pipeline project.

If you weren’t able to attend an open house, or would like to learn more about the project, please feel free to review these materials. These fact sheets and graphics cover everything from how we build a pipeline and our commitment to safety to what landowners can expect from the project before, during and after construction.

For more information, please call 1-888-336-3252 or email us at action@bluegrasspipeline.com.


Fact sheets, Maps and Graphics:

Fact Sheet: Acquiring Easements
We need permission from Landowners to construct the pipeline. This fact sheet explains the process by which Bluegrass and Landowners can come to terms, the way Landowners will be compensated and paid, and explains Landowners’ rights.

Fact Sheet: Info for Agricultural Landowners
Protecting and being a good steward of the land that is the livelihood of our region’s farmers is a priority for Bluegrass Pipeline. Here’s some important information for owners of agricultural land.

Fact Sheet: How You May Use The Right of Way
Safety first. Landowners retain the right to enjoy their property, but it’s important to know a few key safety measures, to protect both the pipeline and your property.

Fact Sheet: Post-Construction Restoration
Learn how we use best management practices to restore property as nearly as practical to its original condition after construction is completed.

Graphic: Committed To Safety
This graphic demonstrates all of the steps we take to detect and prevent leaks, from regular inspections and maintenance, pressure tests and extra-thick pipe to protective coating and special block valves.

Thumbnail image of Map: Bluegrass Pipeline CountiesMap: Bluegrass Pipeline Pathway
This map shows all of the counties along the proposed Bluegrass Pipeline pathway, from Pennsylvania & West Virginia, through Ohio and Kentucky.

Fact Sheet: Horizontal Drilling for Pipeline Construction
See how we can use horizontal drilling to construct a pathway and install the pipeline with minimum surface land interference.

Fact Sheet: How We Build A Pipeline
It takes more than digging a trench to build a pipeline – comprehensive land surveys, preparing the land, laying in the pipeline, and then extensive testing and restoration all have to take place before the pipeline is active. Learn about the process here.

Fact Sheet: Community Grant Program
The Bluegrass Pipeline has established a fund to benefit local communities within the counties traversed by the pipeline project.

Fact Sheet: Info for Vendors & Suppliers
Bluegrass will need services and products from businesses all across the region. Get the details here.

Graphic: Pipeline Construction
This graphic shows all the steps that Bluegrass will take to bring this project from a proposed pathway all the way to a fully operational pipeline.

Map: New & Existing Pipeline
This map shows where there will be new pipeline construction, and where Bluegrass will be using existing pipeline infrastructure along the route, as well as the width of the pipeline in each area.

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Project Overview

Project Overview

Our Approach

Our Approach

Information for Landowners

Information for Landowners

Building Pipelines

Building Pipelines

Safety Commitment

Safety Commitment

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