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Williams’ interstate gas pipeline and gathering & processing operations span the United States, including strategic assets in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico, the Rockies, the Pacific Northwest and the Eastern Seaboard.
Williams Seeks FERC approval for project to serve growing demand for natural gas in Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern U.S.
Williams Partners has announced that Transco has filed an application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) seeking authorization for its Southeastern Trail expansion project, which would create 296,375 dekatherms per day of additional firm transportation capacity to markets in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern U.S. for the 2020/2021 winter heating season. The company has executed … Continue reading Williams Seeks FERC approval for project to serve growing demand for natural gas in Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern U.S.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approved a request from Williams to begin construction on the St. James Supply natural gas expansion project, which would deliver additional gas supplies from the Transco pipeline to a new methanol manufacturing plant in St. James Parish, Louisiana. The project, which was approved by the FERC Jan. 18, will deliver … Continue reading Construction approved to begin on Transco project to serve Louisiana chemical plant
Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) recently reported that the U.S. has already met the Clean Power Plan’s (CPP) 2025 carbon emission reduction targets, thanks in large part to the increased utilization of cleaner-burning natural gas. In a recent edition of the journal Environmental Science & Technology, co-author and CMU professor Paul Fischbeck writes: “To be sure, while … Continue reading 2025 U.S. emissions target reached, thanks to natural gas