Delmont

Spectra Plans ‘Thorough’ Assessment of Tetco Penn-Jersey System After PA Explosion

Full service on Texas Eastern Transmission’s (Tetco) Penn-Jersey pipeline system, which runs from Delmont, PA, to Lambertville, NJ, might not be restored until November after an April explosion and fire on a portion of the system in Westmoreland County, PA, has its owners concerned about safety.

June 28, 2016

Some NatGas Flowing Through Delmont Compressor After Tetco Blast

Spectra Energy Corp. said late Monday that it has restored partial physical capacity through the Delmont compressor station less than two weeks after a portion of the Texas Eastern (Tetco) pipeline exploded and caught fire in Southwest Pennsylvania.

May 10, 2016

Texas Eastern Restores Partial Service Through Delmont Compressor After Explosion

Spectra Energy Corp. said late Monday that it has restored partial physical capacity through the Delmont compressor station less than two weeks after a portion of the Texas Eastern (Tetco) pipeline exploded and caught fire in Southwest Pennsylvania.

May 10, 2016

Some NatGas Flowing Through Delmont Compressor After Tetco Blast

Spectra Energy Corp. said late Monday that it has restored partial physical capacity through the Delmont compressor station less than two weeks after a portion of the Texas Eastern (Tetco) pipeline exploded and caught fire in Southwest Pennsylvania.

May 10, 2016

Texas Eastern Restores Partial Service Through Delmont Compressor After Explosion

Spectra Energy Corp. said late Monday that it has restored partial physical capacity through the Delmont compressor station less than two weeks after a portion of the Texas Eastern (Tetco) pipeline exploded and caught fire in Southwest Pennsylvania.

May 10, 2016

Transportation Notes

Columbia Gas plans will begin Wednesday a rotating shut-in of interrruptible production that will continue through the summer at the A05-Delmont aggregation point in the southern part of Market Area 36. This is due to excessive line pressure resulting from decreased market requirements, the pipeline said. Columbia’s field personnel will notify affected producers.

May 14, 2003