Sunoco Pipeline has obtained approval for Pennsylvania service via a pipeline placed into service in 1936. Repair and replacement work on that Mariner East 1 pipeline is ongoing. Sunoco pipeline has also obtained federal approval to construct an interstate Mariner East 2 pipeline to transport propane and ethane. Sunoco Pipeline has not obtained eminent domain power for this pipeline, although the company regularly asserts that is has that power via state law. The state of Pennsylvania has no jurisdiction, or power, to provide eminent domain power for the interstate pipeline known as Mariner East 2. Sunoco has now disclosed a plan for a third pipeline, as discussed below.
Mariner East 2 (+1): Sunoco eyes second Pa pipeline
Written by: Nick Malawskey | pennlive.com
Photo above: Sunoco Logistics’ Mechanicsburg facility, where work is currently underway related to the Mariner East I pipeline. (Nick Malawskey, pennlive.com)
Sunoco Logistics said Thursday it is considering doubling-down on its Mariner East II project, potentially adding a second pipeline as […]