The Regional Energy Access Expansion Project
for the Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Company
Williams is developing the Regional Energy Access expansion for Transcontinental Pipe Line Company on existing energy infrastructure to increase natural gas.
The project is designed to increase natural gas transportation capacity by up to 829,000 dekatherms per day.
- New electric motor-driven compressor facility (Station 201) in Gloucester County, NJ
• 22.3 mile, 30-inch pipe lateral in Luzerne County, PA
• 13.8 mile, 42-inch pipe loop in Monroe County, PA
• Modifications to existing compressor facilities:
– Station 505 in Somerset County, NJ
– Station 515 in Luzerne County, PA
– Station 195 in York County, PA
– Station 200 in Chester County, PA
– Station 207 in Middlesex County, NJ
• Modifications at existing meter stations
Division of Air Quality : Draft Permit Hearing, August 11, 2022 at 6pm – Raritan Velley Community College please click link for more detail
Williams filed its 7(c) application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) on March 26, 2021.
Resources on this project are available on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission at https://www.ferc.gov/ – FERC Docket # CP21-94-000
DEP Comment Letters
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