Tennessee Gas Pipeline spans a portion of Herrington Lake between Boyle and Garrard counties. It carries natural gas now, but a proposed conversion means it would carry natural gas liquids. The project also would mean putting the pipeline through limestone beneath the lakebed.
Tennessee Gas Pipeline spans a portion of Herrington Lake between Boyle and Garrard counties. It carries natural gas now, but a proposed conversion means it would carry natural gas liquids. The project also would mean putting the pipeline through limestone beneath the lakebed. Greg Kocher gkocher1@herald-leader.com
Tennessee Gas Pipeline spans a portion of Herrington Lake between Boyle and Garrard counties. It carries natural gas now, but a proposed conversion means it would carry natural gas liquids. The project also would mean putting the pipeline through limestone beneath the lakebed. Greg Kocher gkocher1@herald-leader.com

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