Made By Farm and Dairy

WB Xpress pipeline project gains FERC approval

Wednesday, December 6, 2017 by

0 Comments

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission recently granted Columbia Gas Transmission certificate approval for the company’s 29-mile WB XPress natural gas pipeline project in West Virginia, according to Platts.

The project will increase Columbia’s existing WB line capacity, which runs bidirectionally through West Virginia and the northern part of Virginia. The WB XPress will pick up gas around Braxton County, West Virginia and deliver 500 MMcf/d eastbound by interconnecting with Cove Point Pipeline and Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line and deliver 800 MMcf/d westbound via Tennessee Gas at Broad Run and existing Columbia infrastructure including Columbia Gas Appalachia Pool.

The project includes 2.9 miles of new pipeline, two compressor stations and replacement of 26 miles of existing pipeline to increase capacity in the region by 1.3 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day.

Learn more: Platts > Columbia gets FERC sign-off for 1.3 Bcf/d WB XPress pipeline project

Subscribe to our mailing list

Get exclusive headlines from ShaleGasReporter.com emailed once a week (every Wednesday morning).

It's Free!

Leave a Comment

Farm and Dairy, a weekly newspaper located in Salem, Ohio, has been reporting on topics that interest farmers and landowners since 1914.

Through the Shale Gas Reporter, we are dedicated to giving our readers unbiased and reliable information on shale gas development.