An employee who answered the restaurant's phone Thursday afternoon said he was not yet allowed to discuss the matter.
A company spokeswoman could not be immediately reached for comment.
Dominion places project into service
Dominion Transmission, the natural gas transportation subsidiary of Dominion Resources, announced it has placed its Appalachian Gateway Project into service.
The project transports natural gas produced in West Virginia and southwest Pennsylvania to storage fields and pipelines in Pennsylvania, where it can be sold to customers in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic.
Thomas Farrell, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Dominion Resources, said, "Combined with our Gathering Enhancement Project, Dominion invested more than three-quarters of a billion dollars to increase the flow of natural gas in the area. This should greatly benefit the regional economy."
The Appalachian Gateway Project involved the construction of four natural gas compressor stations, the upgrading of two existing stations, and the addition of about 110 miles of new pipeline beginning in West Virginia and terminating in Delmont, Pa., east of Pittsburgh.
The Gathering Enhancement Project included two new natural gas processing plants and the expansion of Dominion's Hastings Extraction Plant in Pine Grove, Wetzel County.
Compiled by George Hohmann