The direction of natural gas flow of Enbridge’s Texas Eastern pipeline in Ohio has been reversed following the explosion of a line on Monday.
The blast injured two people and damaged three homes.
Prior to the blast, gas was flowing south through the damaged section of pipe from the Marcellus and Utica shale in Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia toward the Gulf Coast.
Now, the pipeline will serve customers in states like Tennessee and Kentucky who stopped receiving gas after the explosion.
Enbridge said it isolated two other gas pipes near the 30-inch damaged line as crews safely investigate the integrity of those lines prior to returning them to service.
An estimated return to service date has not been provided.