Adams County puts kink in natural gas pipeline

DENVER — A natural gas pipeline planned for Adams County is in dispute.

County commissioners voted Monday to deny the proposed route of the 435-mile, cross-country pipeline, citing concerns that the pipeline could interfere with development plans east of Denver.

The pipeline is designed to move natural gas liquids to Texas from Weld County.

The Denver Post reports options being considered include diverting the pipeline around the county, resubmitting plans and using legal options.


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