As a result of the agreement, ESNG
recently submitted an application for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to the FERC.
expects to begin the prefiling process with the FERC later this year or early in 2007.
As demand for natural gas continues to grow in Delaware and Maryland, ESNG
is committed to expand the pipeline to meet that need," he added.
Prior to the expansion, ESNG
consisted of a staff of 30, working out of eight regional offices.
On December 30, 2010, ESNG
filed a base rate proceeding with the Federal Regulatory Energy Commission in accordance with the terms of the settlement agreement from its prior base rate base proceeding in 2008.
has sales representatives, support resources and test laboratories in Boston; Chicago; Irvine, Calif.
New transportation services implemented by ESNG
in November 2009 as a result of the completion of its latest expansion program generated additional gross margin of $254,000 for the quarter.
currently owns and operates 384 miles of high-pressure interstate pipeline on the Delmarva Peninsula.
benefited from new transmission services on expansion facilities, which were placed in service in November 2008 and 2009, and generated an additional gross margin of $939,000.
currently owns and operates 379 miles of high-pressure interstate pipeline on the Delmarva Peninsula.
On March 13, 2009, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission authorized ESNG
to construct the remaining facilities of its multi-year system expansion project.
Schimkaitis, Chairman of ESNG
and President and CEO of Chesapeake Utilities Corporation.