FERC Approves Virginia Southside Expansion Project II Requests

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FERC has approved Williams’ request to use an additional 1.26 acres of temporary workspaces at six existing Transco meter and regulator stations in Spartanburg County, South Carolina, and Polk County, North Carolina (0.72 acre at South Union, 0.20 acre at Inman, 0.07 acre at West Startex, 0.03 acre at Spartanburg, 0.11 acre at Tryon, 0.01 acre at Mill Springs, and 0.12 acre at Columbus) for the Virginia Southside Expansion Project II.

In addition, FERC also granted the company’s request to use an additional 2.9-acre contractor yard and access road at the existing Vulcan Materials Company quarry in Freeman, Virginia.

The Virginia Southside Expansion Project II includes the construction of approximately 4 miles of new 24-inch diameter pipeline extending from the Transco Brunswick Lateral in Brunswick County, Va., and terminating in Greensville County, Va., one delivery metering and regulator station in Greensville County, Va., an additional unit at a compressor facility station in Pittsylvania County, Va and an additional electric motor for an existing Transco compressor station in Prince William County, Va.

The project is expected to be in service in the fourth quarter of 2017.


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