National Fuel Applies With FERC For Pennsylvania Pipeline Project

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National Fuel Gas Supply Corp. has filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to construct 82 miles of 24-inch natural gas pipeline in Elk, Jefferson, Clearfield, Cameron and Clinton counties and compressor stations in Jefferson County (approximately 19,000 HP) and Elk County (approximately 7,000 HP). The new 82-mile pipeline system will transport locally produced Marcellus Shale gas to the market center at Leidy, PA, and provide reliable supplies of energy to western Pennsylvania and the northeastern U.S. This West to East – Overbeck to Leidy project will consist of two sections. The East Section will begin near Weedville, PA, and end at Leidy Station near Renovo, PA The West Section will begin at Overbeck Station near Sigel, PA, and end near Weedville, PA The West Section, for the most part, will run parallel to National Fuel’s 12-inch pipeline known as FM-100.