It's interesting that this article (read it here) says that these costs (the $5.1B cost that Dominion will incur) will be passed on to consumers and that we really don't even need these pipelines as the gas they are transporting will likely be gone in less than 15 years. So let's get this right - we consumers will be paying for this monstrosity, then it will be defunct in 15 years, will destroy peoples' farms, take away their land or greatly devalue it, and will be a blight on our landscape for generations to come. Sounds logical to me! Greed is good!
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