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Enbridge’s Controversial Oil Pipeline Replacement Approved by Minnesota Regulators

Enbridge Inc. set a second half 2019 target for completing the replacement of its aging Line 3 oil export pipeline after winning a hotly contested approval on Thursday from the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission.

June 29, 2018
FirstEnergy Finishes More Shale-Related Infrastructure in West Virginia

FirstEnergy Finishes More Shale-Related Infrastructure in West Virginia

FirstEnergy Corp. has completed another energy infrastructure project to support Appalachian shale operations, saying this week that it has energized a $98 million transmission line in Harrison and Doddridge counties, WV.

December 2, 2016

PHMSA Finds Last Year’s Leidy Pipeline Rupture Caused by Corrosion

The rupture that knocked out full-service on a part of Williams’ Leidy Line in Northeast Pennsylvania in June 2015 was caused by corrosion, according to a report from the U.S. Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA).

September 23, 2016

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

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

Brief — Columbia Gas of Ohio

ThePublic Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO)has fined Columbia Gas of Ohio $200,000 for a March 2015 home explosion in Upper Arlington, a suburb of the state capitol Columbus. Under an agreement reached with regulators, the company must also take steps to improve record keeping and enhance safety outreach throughout its service territory. A PUCO investigation revealed that an old natural gas service line leading to the home was replaced, but it was not properly disconnected from Columbia’s main line. A curb valve to the old line was misidentified as a water valve and when it was turned on, gas flowed into the house and ignited. While various parties were involved in causing the accident, PUCO staff concluded that Columbia did not follow its operating procedures to properly abandon an old service line. PUCO said the explosion caused an estimated $9 million in property damage. The company must pay the fine to the state’s general revenue fund and hold an additional $200,000 in abeyance should it fail to fulfill its obligations under the agreement.

January 26, 2016

Tennessee Files For 300 Line Looping Project in Pennsylvania

Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. LLC (TGP) has filed at FERC for a looping project on its 300 Line that would serve growing demand in the Middle Atlantic and New England regions with additional service from Susquehanna County, PA, to Pike County, PA.

October 9, 2015
National Fuel Seeks FERC OK to Put Rest of Line N Into Service

National Fuel Seeks FERC OK to Put Rest of Line N Into Service

A subsidiary of National Fuel Gas Co. (NFG) has asked FERC for permission to place a key pipeline element of its $76.1 million West Side Expansion and Modernization Project [CP14-70] into service early in October, about three weeks before its official in-service date.

September 25, 2015

TCO Pipe Upgrade Gets Favorable FERC EA

FERC has issued a favorable environmental assessment (EA) of Columbia Gas Transmission LLC’s (TCO) Tri-County Replacement Project in Southwest Pennsylvania, which is part of a broader modernization program to replace aging segments of the 12,000-mile natural gas pipeline system.

September 18, 2015
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