Drilling Under the Lake for Natural Gas Pipeline Project
What are all those construction crews up to around the Niangua Bridge? Summit Natural Gas is boring under the Lake, putting in a 3,300 foot long pipeline as part of their plan to deliver natural gas to homes in Camden, Miller, Morgan and Benton counties. Summit’s Annica Russo says work started a few weeks ago:
Russo says bores will also be done at the Hurricane Deck Bridge on Hwy. 5 and Lake of the Ozarks Community Bridge on State Route MM. The three bores, each taking around a month to complete, are the most expensive parts of the Lake of the Ozarks project:
Boring at the Niangua Bridge began November 12th and is nearly completed.