FM100 Project Overview

FM100 Project Overview

National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation (Supply) filed an application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) for authorization to modify its system in northwestern Pennsylvania, impacting Cameron, Clearfield, Elk, McKean, Potter and Clinton counties (FM100 Project). On July 17, 2020, the FERC issued Supply the certificate for the FM100 Project (Docket No. CP19-491-000). On August 14, 2020, Supply accepted the certificate issued for the FM100 Project, and on October 14, 2020, filed an Implementation Plan identifying how Supply will comply with the environmental conditions in the FERC order. On February 22, 2021, Supply received approval from the FERC to commence construction of FM100. Target in-service date for the project is late calendar 2021.

worker directing the laying of pipeline

Specific Components of the FM100 Project Include:

Installation of approximately 29.5 miles of new 20-inch coated steel natural gas pipeline in Sergeant, Norwich and Liberty townships in McKean County, and Roulette, Pleasant Valley, Clara and Hebron townships in Potter County.

Installation of the new Marvindale natural gas compressor station in Sergeant Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania.

Installation of a new interconnect adjacent to the new Marvindale natural gas compressor station in Sergeant Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania (Marvindale Interconnection).

Installation of up to 1.41 miles of new 24-inch coated steel natural gas pipeline looping the existing National Fuel Line YM224 in Allegany and Hebron townships, Potter County, Pennsylvania.

Installation of approximately 0.4 miles of 12-inch-diameter steel pipeline (extension of existing Line KL pipeline) in Sergeant Township, McKean County, Pennsylvania.

Installation of a new over-pressure protection station in Hebron Township, Potter County, Pennsylvania (Carpenter Hallow OPP Station).

Installation of the new Tamarack natural gas compressor station in Leidy Township, Clinton County, Pennsylvania.

Modification of the existing Leidy Interconnection with Transcontinental Gas Pipeline Company, LLC, at the Leidy M&R Station in Leidy Township, Clinton County, Pennsylvania.

Abandonment in place of approximately 44.9 miles of 12-inch steel natural gas pipeline (Line FM100) in Huston and Lawrence townships in Clearfield County; Benezette Township in Elk County; the Borough of Driftwood, and Gibson and Lumber townships in Cameron County; and Wharton and Portage townships in Potter County.

Abandonment and removal of a natural gas compression facility (Costello Compression Station) in Portage Township, Potter County, Pennsylvania.

Abandonment and removal of an existing meter station in Wharton Township, Potter County, Pennsylvania.

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