DUKE ENERGY GAS TRANSMISSION NEARS CONSTRUCTION OF PENNSYLVANIA PIPELINE FOR DOMINION PROJECT
Approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in September, the $83 million project consists of a total of 35 miles of new 36-inch diameter pipeline loop. The new facilities are designed to transport 223,000 dekatherms a day (Dth/d) of natural gas to markets that support Dominion Transmission’s Mid-Atlantic Project, primarily local distribution companies in
Construction is expected to begin in early-to-mid 2004. The project is expected to be in service in November 2004.
The pipeline expansion will be constructed by DEGT’s Texas Eastern Transmission, LP affiliate within the existing Texas Eastern right-of-way at three locations between Crayne and
“The Dominion Expansion Project will increase the energy reliability and efficiency of natural gas supplies in the growing mid-Atlantic region,” said Greg Rizzo, executive vice president of DEGT. “We are pleased to work with Dominion to bring additional pipeline infrastructure to this market and appreciate the FERC’s timely approval of this important capacity expansion project.”
Included in the project is an upgrade of some facilities at the Uniontown compressor station in
For more information, visit www.degt-dominionexpansion.com.
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