Rover Pipeline LLC is wasting no time restarting horizontal directional drilling (HDD) at key sites now that it has the go-ahead from FERC, but the pipeline’s full in-service date could slip to late 1Q2018, Energy Transfer Partners LP (ETP) said Tuesday.
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The highly anticipated Rover Pipeline, a massive 3.25 Bcf/d Appalachian takeaway project scheduled to come online later this year, is on track to begin partial service this month, backer Energy Transfer Partners LP (ETP) has confirmed.
While part of Energy Transfer Partners LP’s Rover Pipeline Phase 1 remains on track for an early July start-up, the rest of Phase 1 is likely to get pushed back, a company spokeswoman said Thursday.
In a letter Tuesday responding to FERC’s May 10 order that suspended new horizontal directional drilling (HDD) for the Rover Pipeline, backer Energy Transfer Partners LP asked Commission staff to allow completion of two HDDs critical to laterals in Ohio and West Virginia.