CAMERON, W.Va. — The superload that began moving slowly through Marshall County Sunday arrived at its destination Tuesday afternoon.
The 18-foot de-ethanizer will now be installed at the Williams Partners Oak Grove gas processing facility near Cameron.
The state Division of Highways helped the company and contractors move the piece of equipment at a rate of 3 miles per hour on several highways including state Route 88, U.S. Route 250, county Route 17 and Fork Ridge Road.
Williams Partners, a Tulsa, Okla.-based company, announced last June plans to build three plants in Marshall County to separate the liquid portions of the natural gas stream from the dry portions. The company said the projects would cost $4.5 billion.
The superload was the second large piece of equipment brought into the area in recent months.