The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Dec. 7 issued a notice about recent applications for two companion gas pipeline projects.
On November 20, NEXUS Gas Transmission LLC sought authorization: to construct approximately 255.9 miles of new, 36-inch-diameter interstate pipeline in Ohio and Michigan; to construct four compressor stations, totaling 130,000 horsepower (HP); and to construct various appurtenances (collectively called the NEXUS Project).
NEXUS states that the proposed pipeline will have a capacity of 1.5 million dekatherms per day (Dth/d) and estimates the cost of the NEXUS Project to be approximately $2,095,267,444.
Additionally, on November 20, Texas Eastern Transmission LP filed an application for authorization: to construct approximately 4.4 miles of 36-inch-diameter pipeline loop in Monroe County, Ohio; to construct 1,790 feet of connecting pipeline to the NEXUS Project in Columbiana County, Ohio; to construct a new 18,800 HP compressor station in Columbiana County, Ohio; to construct a new 9,400 HP compressor unit at its existing Colerain Compressor Station in Belmont County, Ohio; to modify Line 73 to allow for bi-directional flow; and to construct various appurtenances (collectively, the TEAL Project).
Texas Eastern estimates the cost of the TEAL Project to be approximately $183,519,668.