Chesapeake Utilities Completes Renewable Natural Gas Pipeline in Ohio

Jeff Householder, president and CEO of Chesapeake Utilities Corp. said the pipeline represents the "first of many RNG projects under development that will deliver energy that contributes to a sustainable future."

Hart Energy Staff

Chesapeake Utilities Corp. has announced that the construction of its Noble Road Landfill renewable natural gas (RNG) pipeline project has been completed.

The company's subsidiary, Aspire Energy of Ohio, constructed the 33.1-mile pipeline that will transport RNG generated from the Noble Road Landfill in Shiloh, Ohio, to Aspire Energy's pipeline system, displacing conventionally produced natural gas, Chesapeake Utilities said on Oct. 14.

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