CPC – Constitution Pipeline – Pennsylvania - Project Profile
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Constitution Pipeline Company LLC (CPC), a subsidiary of Williams Partners L.P. (WPZ), Cabot Oil and Gas Corporation (COG), Piedmont Natural Gas (PNG) and WGL Holdings is planning to undertake the construction of a natural gas pipeline from Pennsylvania to New York in the US.
The project involves the laying of 200km, 30-inch diameter natural gas pipeline with a capacity of 18.6 million cubic meter per day (MMCMD) of gas from WPZ's gathering system in Susquehanna County to the Iroquois Gas Transmission and Tennessee Gas Pipeline systems in Schoharie County.
It includes the construction of storage tanks, pumping units, control junctions and compressors stations and the installation of safety systems.
It includes the construction of Susquehanna Supply Hub to be capable of delivering more than 3 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) of Marcellus Shale production into four major interstate gas pipeline systems.
URS Corporation has been appointed as surveyor for the project.
On November 13, 2012, PNG signed a joint venture MoU with WPZ, COG and WGL.
On June 14, 2013, an application filed to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), seeking approval for the development of project. However, in February 2014, FERC issued a draft form on the environmental impact statement.
In October 2014, the FERC issued a final environmental impact statement on the project and on December 2, 2014, approved construction.
In December 2014, project secured approval from the FERC.
In April, 2016, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) denied Water Quality Certification for the Project.
On July 15, 2016, FERC rejected a request by New York State Government to issue a stay of certificates for the project.
The developers appealed a request to the Second Circuit Court of Appeals to announce a decision that determines whether the project can proceed.
Developers are waiting for the court decision.
The project involves the laying of 200km, 30-inch diameter natural gas pipeline with a capacity of 18.6MMCMD of gas from Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania to Schoharie County, New York in the US.
The US$925 million project includes the following:
1. Installation of compression facilities
2. Construction of storage tanks
3. Construction of pumping station
4. Construction of control junctions
5. Construction of safety systems
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