Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co.'s recently filed Susquehanna West Project would add about eight miles of pipeline looping and compression in order to provide shipper Statoil with 145,000 Dth/d of firm capacity to serve Northeast markets. The Pennsylvania project, which was filed at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission earlier in April [CP15-148], would create additional east-to-west capacity on Tennessee's 300 Line from the Shoemaker Dehy receipt meter in Susquehanna County to the Rose Lake delivery meter in Potter County. The capacity would serve an existing downstream contract on the National Fuel Gas Supply Northern Access Project (see Shale Daily, March 3).
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