Appalachian Connector Pipeline
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Appalachian Connector Pipeline is an operating gas pipeline in the USA.
The pipeline runs throughout Marshall and Wetzel Counties, West Virginia, USA.
- Operator: XcL Midstream, LLC
- Current capacity:
- Proposed capacity:
- Length: 52 miles
- Status: Operating
- Start year: 2018
The Appalachian Gas Connector is an operating gas pipeline that links West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Ohio into the US pipeline grid.
The Appalachian Connector Project was scheduled for construction in two phases. Phase one was expected to be in-service in the second quarter of 2018. Phase one includes a 1 billion cubic feet per day gas header system, which provides dry gas midstream services to shipper and producers in eastern Ohio and West Virginia. Phase 1 also includes a 200 million cubic feet per day wet gas system, which delivers to several processing plants.
Construction of phase two was expected to begin in early 2018, and would have included additional miles of dry gas pipeline and multiple additional interconnections to services markets near the Ohio River border between Ohio and West Virginia.
Construction began in June, 2017. The pipeline is presumed to have begun operation in 2018.
Articles and resources
- "XcL Midstream Appalachia Connector Pipeline". XcL Midstream. Retrieved 2022-01-28.
- Appalachia Connector Pipeline under construction in W.Va. Kallanish Energy, Jun. 15, 2017, accessed Jan. 28, 2022.
- Appalachian midstream gas plays gains anchor shipper, S&P Global Platts, Jun. 12, 2017, accessed Jan. 28, 2022.