UGI Pre-Files with FERC for New Marcellus Pipeline in Central PA

Another new pipeline on the way from Pennsylvania utility company UGI. This one will run from Lycoming County in north-central PA to Snyder County in central PA and bring abundant, cheap, clean-burning Marcellus Shale gas from NEPA to a site where a company is converting a former coal-burning electric generating plant into a natural gas electric plant, near the Shamokin Dam in Snyder County. UGI has submitted a pre-filing request to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) for the 35-mile pipeline–a project that will cost $150 million to build. Starting next month UGI will conduct an open season to sign up more customers for cheap Marcellus Shale gas. Here’s the details…

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