Rover Pipeline, a subsidiary of Energy Transfer Partners (ETP), has received authorization from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to add a third compressor unit at the Majorsville Compressor Station and to install a new equipment run at the Majorsville Meter Station, both located in Marshall County, W.Va., as part of the Rover Pipeline.
With the addition of the 3,550 hp compressor unit, the total horsepower of the Majorsville Compressor Station will now be 10,650 hp. Also, once completed, the point capacity of the Majorsville Compressor Station and the Majorsville Meter Station will increase from 300 MMcf/d to 400 MMcf/d.
The Rover Pipeline includes new interstate pipeline and related facilities extending from the Appalachian supply area to a proposed interconnection with Vector Pipeline in Livingston County, Mich. It will transport up to 3.25 bcf/d of domestically-produced natural gas to markets in the Midwest, Northeast, East Coast, Gulf Coast and Canada, with direct deliveries to Ohio, West Virginia, Michigan, and the Union Gas Dawn Storage Hub in Ontario, Canada.
It is expected to be operational in November 2017.