Consumers Energy Ups Investment in Michigan Natural Gas System

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Consumers Energy is investing nearly $225 million to enhance safety and reliability of its natural gas system throughout lower Michigan. This year’s commitment includes infrastructure replacement projects across the state, upgrades to compressor and pressure regulation facilities, and upgrades to accommodate new business and residential customer growth. A total of $75 million will be spent on  60 improvement projects in 17 counties and replace an additional 86 miles of pipe with plastic and steel, using nearly 500 Consumers Energy employees to perform this work. Another major project for 2016-17 is replacement of 3.5 miles of…

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