Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. Monday sought authorization to place the remaining portion of its Northeast Supply Diversification (NSD) Project in service on Nov. 1. The request came only days after the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approved the start-up of a portion of the NSD facilities to provide service to three shippers beginning Oct. 1 (see Shale Daily, Sept. 24).
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Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. got the go-ahead from FERC Thursday to start up facilities that will enable it to provide interim firm transportation service to three shippers on its Northeast Supply Diversification (NSD) Project beginning Oct. 1, one month ahead of the in-service date for the entire project.
Tennessee Gas Pipeline (TGP) Zone 4 cash basis will remain weak for a while, although it will see an uplift of about 50 cents at the end of the year when the pipeline’s Northeast Supply Diversification project and National Fuel’s Northern Access expansion come online, Bentek Energy LLC said in a recent market note.
The Marcellus Shale in Pennsylvania is generally divided into two regions, the northeast and the southwest, but increasingly the stretch of fairway between those regions is gaining prominence.
Pipeline projects in the planning stages by Equitrans L.P. and Dominion Transmission Inc. would carry as much as 1.4 Bcf/d of Marcellus Shale and other Appalachian production out of northern West Virginia to major connections in southwestern Pennsylvania by late 2012.
National Fuel Gas Co. subsidiary National Fuel Gas Supply Corp. (NFGSC) said last week it is conducting an open season for transportation capacity to the Leidy (PA) Hub and/or proposed interconnects with Millennium and Empire Pipelines.
National Fuel Gas Co. subsidiary National Fuel Gas Supply Corp. (NFGSC) said Monday it is conducting an open season for transportation capacity to the Leidy (PA) Hub and/or proposed interconnects with Millennium and Empire Pipelines.
Williams said that subsidiary Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line reduced the cost of its Leidy, PA-to-Long Island, NY expansion project by about $47 million through a reverse open season and based on market interest in the project. The expansion is designed to add 100,000 Dth/d in firm transportation volumes to its pipeline in November 2007. Transco has been able to reduce the estimated capital cost of the project to $103 million from about $150 million.