Pennsylvania DEP readies air permits for four IMG gas-fired power projects

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on Dec. 5 published in the Pennsylvania Bulletin notices of intent to approve air permits for four project companies controlled by IMG Midstream.    

They are:

  • Niles Valley Energy LLC (6051 Wallace Road Extension, Suite 100, Wexford, PA 15090) for the construction of three 9,708 bhp (7.2 MWs) 4 stroke, lean burn Rolls Royce Bergen B-35:40-V16AG-2 natural gas-fired engine/generator sets, each equipped with both catalytic oxidation and selective catalytic reduction (SCR), at a proposed generating station located in Charleston Township, Tioga County. The facility will also include: one 0.64 MMBtu/hour natural gas-fired natural gas line heater; three storage tanks ranging in size from 2,600 gallons to 6,000 gallons; and one desiccant dehydration system.
  • Wolf Run Energy LLC (6051 Wallace Road Extension, Suite 100, Wexford, PA 15090) for the construction of three 9,708 bhp (7.2 MWs) 4 stroke, lean burn Rolls Royce Bergen B-35:40-V16AG-2 natural gas-fired engine/generator sets, each equipped with both catalytic oxidation and SCR, at the proposed generating station located in Wilmot Township, Bradford County. The facility will also include: one 0.64 MMBtu/hour natural gas-fired natural gas line heater; three storage tanks ranging in size from 2,600 gallons to 6,000 gallons; and one desiccant dehydration system.
  • Mill Creek Energy LLC (6051 Wallace Road Extension, Suite 100, Wexford, PA 15090) for the construction of three 9,708 bhp (7.2 MWs) 4 stroke, lean burn Rolls Royce Bergen B-35:40-V16AG-2 natural gas-fired engine/generator sets, each equipped with both catalytic oxidation and SCR, at the proposed generating station located in Granville Township, Bradford County. The facility will also include: one 0.64 MMBtu/hour natural gas-fired natural gas line heater; three storage tanks ranging in size from 2,600 gallons to 6,000 gallons; and one desiccant dehydration system.
  • Litchfield Energy LLC (6051 Wallace Road Extension, Suite 100, Wexford, PA 15090) for the construction of three 9,708 bhp (7.2 MWs) 4 stroke, lean burn Rolls Royce Bergen B-35:40-V16AG-2 natural gas-fired engine/generator sets, each equipped with both catalytic oxidation and selective catalytic reduction (SCR), at the proposed generating station located in Litchfield Township, Bradford County. The facility will also include: one 0.64 MMBtu/hour natural gas-fired natural gas line heater; three storage tanks ranging in size from 2,600 gallons to 6,000 gallons; and one desiccant dehydration system.

The address for those companies is for IMG Midstream, which says about itself on its website: “Currently focusing on projects in the Northeast United States in the PJM and NYISO market areas, IMG Midstream develops, constructs, and operates environmentally friendly, distributed power generation projects in targeted U.S. markets. Using locally produced natural gas that would otherwise be exported from the region, IMG creates electricity that is placed into the regional grid and used locally. Backed by Bregal Energy, one of the world’s leading private investors in energy and enabling technologies, IMG Midstream is one of the most creative development companies in the energy sector.”

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Barry Cassell is Chief Analyst for GenerationHub covering coal and emission controls issues, projects and policy. He has covered the coal and power generation industry for more than 24 years, beginning in November 2011 at GenerationHub and prior to that as editor of SNL Energy’s Coal Report. He was formerly with Coal Outlook for 15 years as the publication’s editor and contributing writer, and prior to that he was editor of Coal & Synfuels Technology and associate editor of The Energy Report. He has a bachelor’s degree from Central Michigan University.