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Feeding the pipeline

South Boston News
Williams Transco Energy has begun stockpiling pipe for the construction of a natural gas pipeline from Chatham to Brunswick to feed Dominion Virginia’s Power new $1.3 billion gas-fired Brunswick County power station. Dubbed the Virginia Southside Project, the 100-mile extension is slated to undergo construction in late August or September. Williams is storing the pipe on property next to the Wilco Travel Station on U.S. 58 west. (David Conner II photo) / July 14, 2014

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