The Searsport–Loring Pipeline is a defunct underground pipeline that formerly delivered jet fuel from the Searsport Terminal to Loring Air Force Base. Following the closure of the base, the pipeline was proposed for being the location of a fiber optic cable, as well as for reuse in a proposed refinery at the Loring Commerce Centre. In 2012, the pipeline was purchased by Bangor Natural Gas at auction.
|Passes through||Bangor, Maine|
|To||Loring Commerce Centre|
|Owner||Bangor Natural Gas|
|Length||200 mi (320 km)|
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