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Fri., 3:35pm: Warren, Falls, Liberty homes to receive Ohio-produced natural gas

September 13, 2013

SOLON -- Residents in Warren, Newton Falls and Liberty will soon receive Ohio-generated natural gas through the Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council....

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Rezistanceisfutile

Sep-15-13 7:00 PM

How do you produce natural gas

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Igot2cents

Sep-15-13 4:05 PM

Lets also add how are they even getting ohio gas when everyone is crying the blues about the lack of infrastructure in the area? No processing plant, no pipelines. But believe everything the trib posts.. Because they are the best in getting the facts right.

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NewOrleansman

Sep-14-13 10:18 AM

Keeps me working love the smell and feel of money's .

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insider

Sep-14-13 9:46 AM

I opted out from both NOPEC gas and electric and pay LESS than their negotiated rates. I spent a little time online comparing different supplier's rates, and signed up with better plans than the government's!

Free market enterprise. Try it, it's liberating!

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AmericanPatriot

Sep-14-13 6:44 AM

Someway somehow NF city council will screw things up

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tiredoftheBS

Sep-14-13 6:20 AM

Why did so few communities opt for this? There has to be more to it....

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Igot2cents

Sep-13-13 9:34 PM

I bet if you do more investigation Trib, this is nothing but a "feel good story" and the gas is labeled from the area but most assuredly can't be proven. only a 50 cent savings also? It doesn't have to even be transported so why are the savings not even higher?

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Daniel

Sep-13-13 7:16 PM

Good news! sure beats the $14 per thousand cubic feet that it was just 6 years ago. We have come along way in the last 5 years.

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