Energy Transfer LP (ET) affiliates have reached a plea deal and accepted criminal charges related to the Mariner East 2 (ME2) and Revolution pipeline projects in Pennsylvania, resolving cases brought by state Attorney General (AG) Josh Shapiro since last year.

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ET affiliates pleaded no contest to 23 counts against both pipelines without admitting guilt. Another 34 counts were dropped.

Under the plea deal, ET agreed to pay for independent evaluations of potential water quality impacts for homeowners affected by ME 2 construction. The company has also offered to restore or replace private water supplies. 

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Shapiro, a Democratic candidate for governor,...