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Columbia Gulf Transmission, LLC (CGT) promptly activated its emergency response procedures to address a fire at its Corinth Compressor Station in Mississippi resulting from a suspected lightning strike during severe storms occurring early on April 28, 2023. No one was injured in the incident, and the fire has now been extinguished. We appreciate the support and prompt collaboration from local fire and emergency personnel.
The Emerson Creek C/S involves the construction of a new compressor station consisting of two 30MW units located in Alberta, approximately 40 km NW of Edson, Alberta within S½ 31-055-20 W5M and NE¼ 30-055-20 W5M. The Emerson Creek C/S will be located entirely on Crown lands.
On May 31, 1940, more than a year before the U.S. entered World War II, Manufacturers Light and Heat Company purchased nine acres of land along Connoquenessing Creek in Ellwood City, Pa., around 40 miles north of its Pittsburgh headquarters. The plan was to build a 1,000-hp compressor station to support the expansion of two nearby natural gas pipelines. Market demand in the region was growing fast, and the company needed to keep up. As it turned out, the project couldn’t have come at a better time: By the end of 1945, the station’s horsepower had doubled, and a post-war economic boom was on the horizon.
Safety is a top priority for the team working at the Enterprise Compressor Station in Kansas, as it is for many teams across the massive ANR Pipeline system. But the Enterprise team’s 65-year record of zero lost time due to safety incidents proves that they walk the safety walk as much as they talk the safety talk.
June 19 was an ordinary day at the Bickers Compressor Station in Virginia. Ordinary in that it marked the station’s 10,000th consecutive day without a recordable injury as defined by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration. That means there hasn’t been a work-related injury or illness resulting in medical treatment beyond first aid or days away from work since 1993.
The Nordegg, Beiseker and Didsbury compressor station unit additions all come into service.
The proposed Project consists of two pipeline components which would add up to approximately 85 kilometres (km) of newly constructed 48- inch pipe to the NGTL System, as well as a compressor station unit addition.