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DEP Invites Comments On Over 14 Miles Of 16-Inch & 24-Inch Natural Gas Gathering Pipeline Project In Susquehanna County
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The Department of Environmental Protection published notice in the August 6 PA Bulletin inviting comments on a major natural gas gathering pipeline project by Williams Field Services in Dimock and Jessup Townships, Susquehanna County.  (PA Bulletin, page 4442)

DEP’s notice said it has received a permit application from Williams Field Services for a  Chapter 105 Water Obstructions and Encroachment Permit for 83 segments of natural gas gathering pipelines-- 4.9 miles of 16-inch lines and 9.4 miles of 24-inch natural gas gathering pipelines to covey gas to gathering facilities in Dimock and Jessup Townships, Susquehanna County.

The project will result in 1,636 lineal feet of stream impacts, 6.94 acres (302,426 square feet) of floodway impacts, 7.03 acres (306,143 square feet) of PEM wetland impacts, 0.09 acre (3,862 square feet) of PSS wetland impacts, and 0.16 acre (7,128 square feet) of PFO wetland impacts all for the purpose of constructing, operating, and maintaining a natural gas gathering line for conveyance to market. 

For more information contact Robert Marquez, Senior Project Manager, DEP Eastern Region Oil & Gas Management Program, 208 West third Street, Suite 101, Williamsport or call 570-327-3636.

Read the entire PA Bulletin notice for more information.  (PA Bulletin, page 4442)

(Photo: Williams natural gas gathering pipeline under construction as part of the Springville project in Susquehanna County.)

NewsClips This Week - Pipelines:

-- AP: Energy Transfer/Sunoco Pleads No Contest To Criminal Charges Related To Mariner East, Revolution Natural Gas Pipelines

-- WHYY: Energy Transfer Pleads No Contest To Criminal Charges Related To Mariner East, Revolution Pipelines

-- Post-Gazette - Anya Litvak: Energy Transfer Reaches Plea Deal With AG In Criminal Case Over Mariner East And Revolution Pipelines

-- Reuters: Energy Transfer Expanding Ethane Export Facilities In Marcus Hook, PA

-- FracTracker Alliance: Aug. 24 Webinar: Oil & Gas Pipeline Right-Of-Ways - Forest Fragmentation And Spread Of Lyme Disease. 7:00 - 8:00 p.m.

-- PUC PA One Call Damage Prevention Committee Imposes $72,125 In Penalties For Violations

Related Articles This Week - Pipelines:

-- AG Shapiro: Energy Transfer/Sunoco Convicted Of Criminal Charges Related To Construction Of Mariner East 2 & Revolution Natural Gas/Liquids Pipelines In PA  [PaEN]

-- Sunoco Fails To Meet July 1 Cleanup Deadline For Mariner East Pipeline Spill In The Lake At Marsh Creek State Park, Chester County  [PaEN]

[Posted: August 6, 2022]


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