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Washington, D.C. – TC Energy released the following statement after the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) approved, with bipartisan support, the Virginia Reliability Project.
On Sept. 15, TC Energy and Columbia Gas Transmission’s Virginia Reliability Project (VRP) received a favorable environmental impact statement (EIS) by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). FERC’s findings also reflected the work of federal and state experts under the National Environmental Policy Act.
Today it was announced we are seeking applications for local businesses to become contractors on Columbia Gas Transmission’s (TCO) Virginia Reliability Project (VRP).
TC Energy Corporation (today announced that it has submitted its formal application to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) for approval of the Virginia Reliability Project (Docket No. PF22-3-000/CP22-503).
A proposed natural gas project would double the size of a pipeline that runs through Hampton Roads to accommodate the region’s growing demand. The Columbia Gas Transmission system runs from New York to the Midwest and Southeast. Virginia’s the southernmost of the 10 states it touches. But Virginia Natural Gas says the pipeline infrastructure is outdated and can’t keep up... Article by WHRO Public Media
Columbia Gas Transmission projects expect to bring 135 million cubic feet more per day of natural gas capacity to central and southern Virginia. Virginia Reliability and Virginia Electrification projects to be reviewed by federal regulators.
Posted by Virginia Mercury
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