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Natural-gas site opens in Point to help power state

Pipeline company says $25M project limits noise, safety risks

11:44 PM, Nov. 5, 2013
Employees from TransCanada welcome community members to the unveiling Tuesday of a new natural gas compressor station in Stevens Point.
Employees from TransCanada welcome community members to the unveiling Tuesday of a new natural gas compressor station in Stevens Point.
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A new natural gas compressor station in Stevens Point is designed to meet increased demand across Wisconsin, officials from the company who built it said Tuesday.

ANR Pipeline Co., a subsidiary of TransCanada, last month completed the $25 million station on a 36-acre site along Sunset Drive, just east of Interstate 39. Matt Stubbs, state manager for TransCanada, was among a group of officials from the company who unveiled the new station Tuesday evening. The station is the seventh built in Wisconsin and will transport about 260 million cubic feet of natural gas per day.

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