Portland Natural Gas Transmission System (PNGTS) has filed at FERC for the second phase of its proposed Portland XPress Project (PXP), which would expand natural gas transportation and import/export capacity on its system in New England by winter 2018/2019.
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Portland Natural Gas Transmission System (PNGTS) on Tuesday received FERC approval to increase its import-export capacity in Maine by 32 MMcf/d and capacity on the north segment by 42 MMcf/d.
FERC rejected tariff filings by Portland Natural Gas Transmission System (PNGTS) that would have restructured its creditworthiness and financial assurances provisions using a higher present value (PV) calculation than the Northeast pipeline uses in other parts of its tariff.
An open season announced last week by TransCanada Corp. on the eastern leg of its Mainline has prompted two other pipelines to jump on board with complementary eastbound Marcellus Shale-oriented projects of their own.
Providence Energy subsidiary ProvGas is providing remote systemcontrol and monitoring services for the Portland Natural GasTransmission System (PNGTS) – a new 272-mile pipeline that runsfrom Quebec to Massachusetts. ProvGas began providing 24-hourremote electronic monitoring of the pipeline from its Allens Avenuefacility shortly after the pipeline began operating on March 10.ProvGas will monitor the pipeline using a sophisticated SystemsControl and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system to watch the portion ofthe pipeline that runs from Pittsburgh, NH, on the Quebec border,to Westbrook, ME. The line can transport 178 MMcf/d of gas.