Rover Pipeline Gets Approval from FERC to Nearly Double Capacity

From NGI:
FERC on Friday authorized Rover Pipeline LLC to start up three units at its Compressor Station 1 in Carroll County, OH, putting the 3.25 Bcf/d mega project a step closer to bringing its full capacity online by 1Q2018. 
The three units would increase capacity on Rover to 1.2 Bcf/d from around 680 MMcf/d currently, according to a supplemental request filed Thursday with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission [CP15-93]. 
"Rover customers have indicated that they have supply available at this time to utilize this additional capacity," it said. Rover had initially requested authorization to place the units into service last month. 
In its request, Rover said it has completed commissioning the units and conducted noise testing to ensure the site is in compliance with FERC regulations. Rover asked for immediate authorization.
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