WMB/Steelhead – Island Gas Connector – US - Project Profile
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Williams (WMB) and Steelhead LNG(Steelhead) are planning to build a natural gas pipeline in Sumas, Washington, the US.
The project involves the construction of a 128km natural gas pipeline and will be developed in phases. It will include the construction of compressor stations, storage tanks and metering stations, and the installation of valves, control systems and safety systems.
The project will be implemented in two parts 53km line from Sumas, Washington to Cherry Point, and 75km subsea line from Cherry Point through the Gulf Islands to the Saanich Inlet.
On September 1, 2015, WMB and Steelhead LNG Corp. (Steelhead LNG) signed a pre-construction agreement to commence design and regulatory approvals for the proposed project.
The project requires the approval of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and the National Energy Board (NEB). Various local, state, provincial and federal permits are also required.
WMB is in the process of preparing the project description and facilities application yet to be submitted for NEB.
Following this submission, the first step in developing the FERC certificate application is initiation of the FERC pre-filing process. This is intended to solicit early input from citizens, government entities and other interested parties to identify and address issues with potential facility locations.
The Island Gas Connector project involves the construction of a 128km natural gas pipeline in Sumas, Washington, the US.
The US$241 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of compressor stations
2. Construction of metering stations
3. Construction of storage tanks
4. Installation of valves in pipeline
5. Installation of control systems
6. Installation of safety system
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