FERC has approved Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line’s (Transco) request to abandon four of seven caverns at its Eminence Salt Dome Storage Field in South Central Mississippi.
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Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line (Transco) has filed an application to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to build a $182 million expansion of its system to meet growing natural gas demand in New York City and the Rockaways.
A FERC judge has rejected a joint challenge of two utilities to Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line’s proposed incremental rates for services on its SunBelt, Pocono, Sundance, Momentum and Potomac expansions.
FERC has given Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line (Transco) the go-ahead to place into service the remaining facilities that are part of the first phase of its 225,000 Dth/d expansion of its system to serve growing natural gas markets in the Southeast region.
Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line (Transco) is holding an open season through Aug. 23 for capacity on the Mobile Bay South III lateral expansion in Alabama, which is set to be online in the fall of 2014 and provide up to 325,000 Dth/d of firm capacity to the southeastern United States. The additional capacity would be available from Station 85 near Butler, AL, to points along the lateral as far south as the interconnection with Bay Gas Storage Co. Ltd.’s facilities near Mobile, AL. Williams Partners Ltd. said the final capacity, scope and cost of the project will be determined by the open season. For information contact Toi Anderson at (713) 215-4540.
Williams Partners LP’s Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line (Transco) is holding an open season through Aug. 23 for capacity on an expanded interstate natural gas pipeline system in Alabama, a link that is expected to come online during the fall of 2014.
Williams Partners LP is holding a binding open season through April 25 for capacity on an expansion of its interstate Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line (Transco) to provide incremental firm transportation to markets in southern Virginia and northern North Carolina by 2015.
The Obama administration on Wednesday denied the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline proposal on the recommendation of the U.S. State Department, saying at this time it is not in the U.S. national interest to build the 1,700-mile link from Alberta, Canada to the Gulf of Mexico (GOM).
Natural gas produced from Marcellus Shale wells owned by Shell Upstream America and Ultra Petroleum Corp. has begun flowing through a UGI Central Penn Gas Inc. supply pipeline that feeds some 15,000 customers in Tioga, Bradford and Potter counties in Pennsylvania, according to the UGI Utilities Inc. subsidiary.