16.5 miles of new 24" natural gas pipeline and approximately 1.8 miles of replacement (lift and lay) of existing 24" FERC natural gas pipeline. The new pipeline ran from just south of the border between New York and Pennsylvania, generally in a northerly direction to the southerly end of the existing Empire State Connector at the Millenium Pipeline near Corning, New York.
31 total miles of 8”, 12”, 16” and 20” gas pipelines laid in the Williamsport Area of Pennsylvania in an area known for its extremely steep and high slopes. The project gathered Marcellus Shale Gas from wells within the Tiadaghton State Forest and transported it through two compressor stations and M&R station to a transmission line.
Falling within an area of the Tiadaghton State Forest, Fisher Associates provided site development services for over 15 well pad and station sites including and access road design, securing the required permits Representing our client’s interests, land development permission was obtained from the local communities while all required state permits acquired from the various regulatory bodies resulting in the timely flow of gas through the NFG Midstream gas pipeline and to markets beyond.
Recognized as one of the most important pieces in the US natural Gas Market, this location has, for years, been expanded to handle Natural Gas transmission for many US carriers. As a result of the large amount of expansion, the location of many of the underground facilities is not adequately known. To assist in our clients planning phases of work, Fisher Associates precisely located these facilities and produced site mapping.
Empire Pipeline Tioga Extension
Natural Fuel Gas Midstream Trout Run
Seneca Resources Well Pads C and D
Leidy Compressor Station
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