It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything about Duke Energy’s plan to build a critically-needed natural gas pipeline near Cincinnati, OH, to replace an old pipeline built in the 1950s. We told you in April that Duke had, finally, refiled their application to build the new pipeline along an alternate route, with a few tweaks (see Duke Energy Refiles 13-Mile Cincinnati NatGas Pipeline Plan). Without this new 20-inch, 13-mile pipeline, some folks around Cincy will have to go without natural gas. Such arguments fall on deaf ears with anti-fossil fuelers. The new news is that Duke is moving forward with the project. A public hearing is now scheduled for next March, and an “evidentiary” hearing is scheduled for next April.