By JESS MANCINI
The Parkersburg News and Sentinel
PARKERSBURG, W.Va. — Construction will start around the end of the month on three multi-million-dollar compressor stations in Calhoun, Doddridge and Jackson counties for the recently approved Mountaineer XPress natural gas pipeline.
Each station will cost about $100 million, said Scott Castleman, manager U.S. natural gas communications for TransCanada, the Columbia Gas Transmission parent company constructing the 165-mile, more than $2 billion pipeline.
“There will be big dollars coming into the state of West Virginia,” Castleman said.
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