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PEPC – PennEast Pipeline – US - Project Profile

PEPC – PennEast Pipeline – US - Project Profile

Synopsis

"PEPC – PennEast Pipeline – US - Project Profile" contains information on the scope of the project including project overview and location. The profile also details project ownership and funding, gives a full project description, as well as information on contracts, tendering and key project contacts.

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Summary

PennEast Pipeline Co. LLC, (PEPC), a partnership of AGL Resources, Inc., NJR Pipeline Company, a subsidiary of New Jersey Resources, South Jersey Gas, UGI Energy Services Inc and PSEG Power, is planning to undertake the construction of PennEast Pipeline project in New Jersey, in the US.

The project involves the construction of a 193km natural gas 36-inch diameter pipeline. It includes the construction of pumping stations, storage facilities and related infrastructure, the installation of equipment and safety systems, and the laying of pipelines.

UGI Energy Services Inc. will operate and manage the project. On September 19, 2014, PSEG Power has joined the consortium of companies that are building the project.

Tetra Tech has been appointed as the environmental consultant and the scope of the contract is to prepare the environmental impact statement for the project.

On September 24, 2015, PEPC announced that it would file its formal application with Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for permission to construct the project.

In November 2015, PEPC has filed an application to FERC to review the project.

A review of potential environmental impacts from PennEast Pipeline's natural gas pipeline by FERC is ongoing.

FERC has invited local, state and federal agencies to participate in developing an "environmental impact statement" for the project.

On September 12, 2016, Federal Environmental Protection Agency (FEPC), New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and U.S. Fish & Wildlife Services ( USFWS) released a document opposing the project draft environmental impact statement (EIS) submitted by PEPC to FERC.

On January 23, 2017, the final EIS approval from FERC is postponed from February 17, 2017, to April 7, 2017, with a notice containing a 90-day deadline set for July 6, 2017.

On February 3, 2017, project secured water permits (Clean Water Act certification) from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.

On February 28, 2017, The Delaware Riverkeeper Network filed a petition against the state Department of Environmental Protection to review the Clean Water Act certification.

In March 2017, public hearing held on the project.

In April 2017, the FERC approved EIS for the project.

PEPC filed an application with New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) for two more required permits and New Jersey regulators rejected the application in June 2017.

PEPC is waiting for Federal approval.

Scope

The project involves the construction of a 193km natural gas 36-inch diameter pipeline across Pennsylvania and New Jersey, in the US.

The US$1,000 million project includes the following:

1. Construction of pumping stations

2. Installation of safety systems

3. Installation of metering systems

4. Laying of pipelines

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1.Key Statistics
2.Key Dates
3.Sector
4.Operating metrics
5.Tender Information
6.Scope
7.Description
8.Latest update
9.Background
10.Key Contacts
11.General News, Project News
12.Appendix

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