Rover Pipeline LLC has asked FERC for authorization to start service on the last day of construction approval the end of construction on the 713-mile, 3.25 Bcf / d Appalachian takeaway project.
Rover told the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in a filing Friday that its Sherwood and CGT laterals are mechanically complete and ready for. Rover also asked for authorization to start up its its Sherwood Compressor Station and two meters stations associated with the lines.
The Sherwood Lateral would run roughly 54 miles from eastern Ohio into West Virginia to draw from MarkWest Energy Partners LP's Sherwood processing facility. The CGT Lateral would extend from six miles from the Sherwood line to an interconnect with Columbia Gas Transmission. Rover asked FERC to issue authorization in time to place the facilities in service by Sept. 15.Click here to continue the article.
"Rover's shippers have urgently requested Rover to place these facilities in service to allow their stranded natural gas supply to be transported to Midwest markets," the operator told FERC.
Connect with us on Facebook and Twitter!