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FERC authorizes Rover Pipeline, LLC to place additional facilities partially in service
On April 25, 2018, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) approved a portion of Rover Pipeline, LLC’s (Rover) April 13 request to place key facilities associated with Phase 2 of the Rover pipeline project into service. In addition to compressor station and mainline facilities, the filing also requested permission to place the Vector meter station in Livingston County, Michigan, into service, as well as the new pipeline market segment connecting that meter station to the Defiance, Ohio, compressor station. While FERC granted approval to Rover to commence service of Compressor Station 3 (CS3) and a portion of the mainline between Compressor Stations 2 (CS2) and CS3, FERC is still evaluating the new market segment, the Defiance, Ohio compressor station, and the Vector meter station. These facilities , when completed, will improve the ability to deliver natural gas produced in the Appalachian Basin to Michigan and Canadian markets.
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