ETNGEast Tennessee Natural Gas
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The scope of the Northeast Tennessee (NET) Project, which has an estimated capital cost of $135 million, includes expanding or modifying existing facilities on the ETNG system and building a new, 8.5-mile mainline extension that would generally follow TVA's existing transmission line corridor.
By end of 2008, the combined projects will add around 95,000 million cubic feet per day (mcf/d) of contracted long term, firm capacity on ETNG.
Additional work on the Patriot project will be conducted concurrently on the Patriot Extension and the existing ETNG system, and will meet all conditions included in the certificate of public convenience and necessity issued by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission last November.
The Greenway-Blue Ridge expansion could provide up to 275,000 Dth/d of firm capacity for customers wishing to move supply from the Appalachian producing region in Southwest Virginia to ETNG's Cascade Creek interconnect with Transcontinental Pipeline in North Carolina.
As proposed, the project will move additional Appalachian supplies from ETNG's Nora Lateral supply point to various delivery points on the ETNG system including its key MidAtlantic interconnect point at Cascade Creek, NC.
The 32-mile, 20-inch diameter lateral will move natural gas into the ETNG system from Appalachian producers and will be available for delivery to ETNG customers and the interconnect with Williams' Transco pipeline at Cascade Creek, NC.
Once completed, the pipeline will connect the ETNG's mainline system to the CNX Gas Company's existing Cardinal States Gathering System where CNX has contracted for a portion of the available capacity.
According to ETNG, the purpose of the pipeline is to bring natural gas service to portions of southeast Virginia for the first time and introduce competitive natural gas to North Carolina from Appalachian and Gulf Coast producers.
(ETNG) has filed an amendment with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) seeking permission to incorporate into the company's existing Patriot project application certain authorized natural gas transmission facilities included in a cancelled proposal for a power generation plant.
This new pipeline, and the expansion of the company's East Tennessee Natural Gas (ETNG) system, comprises the $289 million Patriot project currently under review by the FERC.
Duke Energy Gas Transmission, Houston, recently opened interconnects between its East Tennessee Natural Gas Company (ETNG) and Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation (TETCO) pipelines, paving the way for ETNG customers to access diverse natural gas supplies from the Gulf Coast region.