FERC Tells Columbia to Open Valves on Utica Access Pipeline in WV


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In January 2016 the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) approved a plan by Columbia Pipeline to build five miles of new pipeline and an upgrade to a compressor station in Kanawha County, WV (see Columbia Pipeline Gets FERC Approval for WV Utica Access Project). The $45 million “Utica Access” project will transport 205 million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d) of Utica Shale gas for Eclipse Resources Corporation to trading points on the Columbia Gas Transmission interstate pipeline system. Last Thursday FERC gave Columbia (now owned by TransCanada) the green light to open the valves on the new pipeline…

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