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Willfams WE MAKE CLEAN ENERGY HAPPEN TRANSCONTINENTAL GAS PIPE LINE COMPANY, LLC (TRANSCO) REGIONAL ENERGY ACCESS EXPANSION PROJECT Transco, indirectly owned by The Williams Companies, Inc. (Wiliams), fled an application in Docket No. CP21-94 with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) pursuart to Section 7e) of the Natural Gas Act for a certificate of public convenience and necessity authorizing Transco to construct, instal, modify, operate and maintain its Regional Energy Access Expansion Project, (sometimes referred to as the "Project"). and to abandon certain compression tacilities. The Projecet will enable Transco to provide an additional 829.400 dekatherms per day of firm transportation service to serve incremental natural gas supply needs beginning with the 2023/2024 winter heating season. The Project will consist of the folowing components Approximately 22.3 miles of 42-inch-dameter pipeline partially coliocated with Transco's Leidy Line A (Regional Energy Lateral"): · Approximately 13.8 miles of 30-inch-dameter pipeline collocated with Transco's Leidy Line System ("Effort Loop"): New gas-fired turbine driven compressor at Compressor Station 201 with 11,107 nominal horsepower 0HP) at International Organization of Standardization (1SO) conditions in Gioucester County, NJ - Addition of two gas-fired turbine driven compressor units with 31,800 nominal HP at ISO conditions at existing Compressor Station 505 in Somerset County, NJ, to accommodate the abandonment and replacement of approximately 16,000 HP from eight existing internal combustion engine-driven compressor units and increase the certificated station compression by 15,800 HP: · Addition of two gas-fired turbine driven compressor units with 63,742 nominal HP at ISO conditions and modification of three existing compressors at existing Compressor Station 515 in Luzerne County. PA to support the Project and to accommodate the abandonment and replacement of approximately 17,000 HP trom five existing gas-fired reciprocating driven compressors and increase the certificated station compression by 46,742 HP, Uprato and rewheel two existing electric motor-driven compressor units at existing Compressor Station 195 in York County. PA to increase the certificated station compression by 5.000 HP and accommodate the abandonment of two existing gas-fired reciprocating driven compressors with approximately 8.000 HP of compression; Modifications at existing Compressor Station 200 in Chester County. PA: - Uprate one existing electric motor-driven compressor unit at Compressor Station 207 in Middesex County. NJ to increase the certificated station compression by 4,100 HP, and, - Modifications at/to existing pipeline tie-ins, meter stations, regulators, and modifications to valve setings and piping at existing facilties Transco owns and operates an interstate natural gas pipeline system and is regulated by FERC. The company must obtain FERC approval to construct the proposed facilities. A separate notice regarding Transco's application will be maled to attected landowners and other stakeholders involved with the project. Questions on the proposed project should be directed to PipelineExpansion@willams.com or by caling (713) 215-2264. A copy of Transco's application is available for review at Luzerne County Library 68 S Franklin Street 62 Wikes-Barre, Pennayivania 18701, The application also may be obtained through FERC's website at bttp://www.terc.gov using the e-Ubrary ink Enter the docket number CP21-94 in the docket number field to access the document. User assistance is available at oustomer@terc.gov or toll free at 806-208-3676 (TTY. calI 202-502-8659. A pamphlet. An Interstate Natural Gas Facility on My Land? What Do I Need To Know?, that provides information for landowners is also available on FERC's website: bttps:www.ferc.govsites/defaultiles/2020-05/whatdoineedtoknoW.pdf Any interested party may participate in the proceeding by making a filing with FERC by mail to: 12225 Wiins Avenue. Rockville, Maryland 20852. Additional information regarding FERCS regulations, policies or procedures is available on FERC's website at tnte:/ww.fers.gov or from FERCS Office of External Affairs at 866-208-3372. MP 21.92 MP 20 MP 15 MP 10 PROPOSED 10 REGIONAL ENERGY LATERAL MP 5 STA 515 LUZERENE COUNTY MP 0 Luzerne County Library 68 S Franklin Street #62 Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania 18701 Willfams WE MAKE CLEAN ENERGY HAPPEN TRANSCONTINENTAL GAS PIPE LINE COMPANY, LLC (TRANSCO) REGIONAL ENERGY ACCESS EXPANSION PROJECT Transco, indirectly owned by The Williams Companies, Inc. (Wiliams), fled an application in Docket No. CP21-94 with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) pursuart to Section 7e) of the Natural Gas Act for a certificate of public convenience and necessity authorizing Transco to construct, instal, modify, operate and maintain its Regional Energy Access Expansion Project, (sometimes referred to as the "Project"). and to abandon certain compression tacilities. The Projecet will enable Transco to provide an additional 829.400 dekatherms per day of firm transportation service to serve incremental natural gas supply needs beginning with the 2023/2024 winter heating season. The Project will consist of the folowing components Approximately 22.3 miles of 42-inch-dameter pipeline partially coliocated with Transco's Leidy Line A (Regional Energy Lateral"): · Approximately 13.8 miles of 30-inch-dameter pipeline collocated with Transco's Leidy Line System ("Effort Loop"): New gas-fired turbine driven compressor at Compressor Station 201 with 11,107 nominal horsepower 0HP) at International Organization of Standardization (1SO) conditions in Gioucester County, NJ - Addition of two gas-fired turbine driven compressor units with 31,800 nominal HP at ISO conditions at existing Compressor Station 505 in Somerset County, NJ, to accommodate the abandonment and replacement of approximately 16,000 HP from eight existing internal combustion engine-driven compressor units and increase the certificated station compression by 15,800 HP: · Addition of two gas-fired turbine driven compressor units with 63,742 nominal HP at ISO conditions and modification of three existing compressors at existing Compressor Station 515 in Luzerne County. PA to support the Project and to accommodate the abandonment and replacement of approximately 17,000 HP trom five existing gas-fired reciprocating driven compressors and increase the certificated station compression by 46,742 HP, Uprato and rewheel two existing electric motor-driven compressor units at existing Compressor Station 195 in York County. PA to increase the certificated station compression by 5.000 HP and accommodate the abandonment of two existing gas-fired reciprocating driven compressors with approximately 8.000 HP of compression; Modifications at existing Compressor Station 200 in Chester County. PA: - Uprate one existing electric motor-driven compressor unit at Compressor Station 207 in Middesex County. NJ to increase the certificated station compression by 4,100 HP, and, - Modifications at/to existing pipeline tie-ins, meter stations, regulators, and modifications to valve setings and piping at existing facilties Transco owns and operates an interstate natural gas pipeline system and is regulated by FERC. The company must obtain FERC approval to construct the proposed facilities. A separate notice regarding Transco's application will be maled to attected landowners and other stakeholders involved with the project. Questions on the proposed project should be directed to PipelineExpansion@willams.com or by caling (713) 215-2264. A copy of Transco's application is available for review at Luzerne County Library 68 S Franklin Street 62 Wikes-Barre, Pennayivania 18701, The application also may be obtained through FERC's website at bttp://www.terc.gov using the e-Ubrary ink Enter the docket number CP21-94 in the docket number field to access the document. User assistance is available at oustomer@terc.gov or toll free at 806-208-3676 (TTY. calI 202-502-8659. A pamphlet. An Interstate Natural Gas Facility on My Land? What Do I Need To Know?, that provides information for landowners is also available on FERC's website: bttps:www.ferc.govsites/defaultiles/2020-05/whatdoineedtoknoW.pdf Any interested party may participate in the proceeding by making a filing with FERC by mail to: 12225 Wiins Avenue. Rockville, Maryland 20852. Additional information regarding FERCS regulations, policies or procedures is available on FERC's website at tnte:/ww.fers.gov or from FERCS Office of External Affairs at 866-208-3372. MP 21.92 MP 20 MP 15 MP 10 PROPOSED 10 REGIONAL ENERGY LATERAL MP 5 STA 515 LUZERENE COUNTY MP 0 Luzerne County Library 68 S Franklin Street #62 Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania 18701