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A valve station for the pipeline near Lebanon. (Erica Peterson/WPFL)
A valve station for the pipeline near Lebanon. (Erica Peterson/WPFL)
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A year after one company put plans to build a new natural gas liquids pipeline across Kentucky on hold, another energy infrastructure company is pursuing a project with an existing pipeline.

Kinder Morgan is exploring the possibility of converting part of a 14,000 mile natural gas pipeline to carry the volatile byproducts of gas drilling.

From the Here & Now Contributors Newtork, WFPL's Erica Peterson reports even in regions used to natural gas pipelines, the potential switch to natural gas liquids has some people worried.

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This segment aired on March 24, 2015.

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