May 2020, Vol. 247, No. 5

Editor's Notebook

Editor's Notebook: Paradox Pipeline Living Up to Its Name

EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK By Michael Reed, Editor-in-Chief Paradox (per·ă·doks) noun a seemingly absurd, foolish or self-contradictory statement or proposition that when investigated or explained may prove to be well founded or true.   Well, if nothing else, the Paradox pipeline has at least turned out to be aptly named, though no one involved with the 21-mile (34-km) natural gas conduit, including regulators, is smiling.  Connecting to a major interstate pipeline, the 16-inch (406-mm) Paradox went into operation in 2008, passing undetected by the Blue Hills plant, which processes gas from 18 oil wells in a heavily visited vacation destination to the north of the eastern Utah city of Moab.

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