FERC: Irregularly-Sized Extra Temporary Workspace Can Be Used on Pipeline Project

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FERC has approved Dominion Energy Transmission, Inc.’s request for a variance from the required standards in the Commission’s Upland Erosion Control, Revegetation, and Maintenance Plan and Wetland and Waterbody Construction and Mitigation Procedures during construction of the Shirley Pipeline Project in Tyler County, West Virginia.

According to FERC’s Gertrude F. Johnson, Dominion requests an irregularly sized additional temporary workspace at Station Number 44+22, the terminus of a new 4-inch-diameter plastic pipeline replacement. Johnson added that the additional temporary workspace is needed for the tie-in of the new pipeline with the company’s existing TL-544 pipeline and will be used for equipment access, laydown area, and to maintain a safe work area.

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