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Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announced on April 22 the investment of over $130 million for 12 water and wastewater projects across eight counties through the Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority (PENNVEST).

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is releasing a draft assessment on the potential impacts of hydraulic fracturing activities on drinking water resources in the United States.

As first reported in the Wall Street Journal, during delays involving its Keystone XL project, Calgary, Alberta based-TransCanada Corp. is asking the U.S. government to permit a new and different pipeline project, filing an application to receive a U.S. presidential permit that will let it construct a 200-mile pipeline across the U.S.-Canadian border.

Company process its one thousandth HDD rig.

Schneider Electric announced the new flood management tools now available on its MxVision WeatherSentry Water Edition, a weather management tool specifically designed to help water utilities better anticipate severe weather events.

View the 2014 HDD Rig Census here.

More than 90 attendees gathered in San Antonio for the April luncheon of the Underground Construction Technology Association’s South Texas Chapter.

Representatives of the Distribution Contractors Association recently participated in the Common Ground Alliance Excavation Safety Conference at Shingle Creek Resort in Orlando, FL.

For those interested in reducing cross bore risk associated of all types of utilities, the Cross Bore Safety Association (CBSA) is creating a “Leading Practices for Cross Bore Safety” document, with involvement from numerous participating organizations and their members to be inclusive of all underground utility stakeholders.

According to the Akron Beacon Journal, Texas-based Columbia Pipeline Group is seeking federal approval to build a new 161-mile pipeline for natural gas plus three compression stations in southeast Ohio and northern West Virginia.

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