Pipes for the Sunoco Mariner East pipeline sit next to a farm in South Lebanon Township, Pa., on July 5. Sunoco is paying to connect municipal water to about 30 Pennsylvania households whose wells were contaminated by the pipeline construction. Several other pipelines - many designed to carry natural gas from West Virginia and surrounding states - are in the works, awaiting federal approval.
Pipes for the Sunoco Mariner East pipeline sit next to a farm in South Lebanon Township, Pa., on July 5. Sunoco is paying to connect municipal water to about 30 Pennsylvania households whose wells were contaminated by the pipeline construction. Several other pipelines - many designed to carry natural gas from West Virginia and surrounding states - are in the works, awaiting federal approval. Jeremy Long AP
Pipes for the Sunoco Mariner East pipeline sit next to a farm in South Lebanon Township, Pa., on July 5. Sunoco is paying to connect municipal water to about 30 Pennsylvania households whose wells were contaminated by the pipeline construction. Several other pipelines - many designed to carry natural gas from West Virginia and surrounding states - are in the works, awaiting federal approval. Jeremy Long AP

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