Energy Transfer Partners allowed to continue Rover pipeline operations

Energy Transfer Partners received approval from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to resume horizontal directional drilling (HDD) operations along the Rover pipeline project.

The Rover pipeline is a 713-mile pipeline designed to transport 3.25 billion cubic feet per day of domestically produced natural gas from Marcellus and Utica shale production areas to markets across the U.S. as well as into Union Gas Dawn Storage Hub in Ontario, Canada.

Drilling operations on nine HDD locations approved by the FERC are expected to begin within the week with an emphasis on the Captina Creek HDD in Belmont County, Ohio. The completion of the

The completion of the Captina Creek HDD will allow the full Phase 1 portion of Rover from Seneca, Ohio, to Defiance, Ohio, to be placed into service by the end of the year. Phase 1a of the Rover project from Cadiz, Ohio, to Defiance, Ohio, was successfully put into service on August 31, 2017, Energy Transfer Partners said.

The Rover pipeline project will continue to work with the FERC to adhere to the requirements outlined in its approval and look forward to placing the full project into service in the end of the first quarter of 2018.

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