FERC OKs pipeline project for Dominion

The members of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) on August 29th approved a natural gas pipeline expansion project of Dominion Transmission Inc. that will serve two new power plants in Virginia and Maryland.

In May 2015, Dominion Transmission filed an application for authorization to construct and operate certain compression facilities in Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia under the Leidy South Project.

Dominion Transmission, part of Dominion Resources, is engaged in the storage and transportation of natural gas in interstate commerce. Dominion operates about 7,800 miles of pipeline in Maryland, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia.

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