The expected July start-up of greenfield compression services along the Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Co. (Transco) Atlantic Sunrise expansion project will be delayed a few months, parent company Williams CEO Alan Armstrong said Thursday.
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Williams Partners LP has reached agreement with Southwestern Energy Co. to expand the producer’s natural gas gathering and processing services in West Virginia.
Williams Partners LP has started up its New York Bay Expansion, adding 115,000 Dth/d on its Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line (Transco) system to serve the New York City (NYC) market, the Tulsa-based master limited partnership said Monday.
Williams Partners LP’s Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Co. LLC (Transco) has received long-awaited water crossing and earth disturbance permits for the Atlantic Sunrise pipeline project, paving the way for a sorely needed 1.7 Bcf/d expansion to serve natural gas producers in northeast Pennsylvania.
As it moves forward with plans to complete the Atlantic Sunrise expansion by next year, which would bring some relief to the still-constrained Appalachian Basin, management at Williams and the pipeline partnership have renewed hope for the embattled Constitution Pipeline.
Williams Partners LP and Southern Company Gas, a subsidiary of Southern Company, have successfully placed into service their Dalton Expansion Project, which was designed to add 448,000 Dth/d of capacity on the Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Co. LLC (Transco) mainline running from New Jersey to Mississippi.
FERC on Friday gave its approval for Williams Partners LP’s Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Co. (Transco) to restore service on its Mainline A facilities in Prince William County, VA, now that their replacement is nearly complete as part of the 1.7 Bcf/d Atlantic Sunrise project.
Williams Partners LP subsidiary Northwest Pipeline LLC has applied for authorization from FERC for the North Seattle Lateral Upgrade project in Washington to enhance reliability and capacity for Puget Sound Energy (PSE) customers.
Frank Ferazzi has been appointed senior vice president of the Williams’ Atlantic-Gulf operations with the retirement of Rory Miller. Ferazzi, a 36-year veteran of Williams, has been vice president and general manager in the Atlantic-Gulf area since 2012, which includes oversight of Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line, Transco.
Williams Partners LP on Tuesday released an economic impact analysis conducted by Rutgers University that found the company’s Northeast Supply Enhancement Project would generate $327 million in economic activity and nearly 3,200 jobs in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York.