Regulators Have More Hoops for ETP to Jump Through Before Progressing with Rover Pipeline
U.S. energy regulators on Wednesday gave Energy Transfer Partners LP a list of tasks to complete before the Rover natural gas pipeline can enter service.
The $4.2 billion Rover project from Pennsylvania to Ontario is the biggest gas pipeline under construction in the United States.
ETP has long said it expects the first phase of Rover to enter service in late July with the second phase by Nov. 1.
Several energy analysts, however, have said an order by the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) on May 10 banning ETP from new horizontal directional drilling under waterways and roads after a spill in Ohio could cause delays.Click here to read more.
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