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Williams’ Transco Pipeline Receives Binding Commitments

HOUSTON, October 9, 2018 (PCW) -- Williams today announced that its Transco interstate pipeline has executed binding, 15-year commitments with Seneca Resources Company, LLC and Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation for 100% of the 580 million dekatherms of firm transportation capacity under its proposed Leidy South expansion project.

The project will further connect supplies of natural gas in the Marcellus and Utica producing region in Pennsylvania with growing demand centers along the Atlantic Seaboard as early as 4Q 2021, assuming all necessary regulatory approvals are received in a timely manner.

The Leidy South project is being designed to further expand the Transco pipeline’s Marcellus and Utica takeaway capacity from the Leidy Hub and Zick interconnect to points downstream in Transco’s Zone 6 market area.

Since 2013 the Transco pipeline’s design capacity has grown by 62%, while its Marcellus takeaway capacity has increased by approximately 3 billion cfd, according to the company.

The Leidy South project will consist of compression and looping of existing Transco facilities in Pennsylvania. The project will also include two lease agreements; one with National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation from Leidy Hub to Clermont, Pennsylvania; and a second with Meade Pipeline Company from Zick to River Road on the Central Penn Line.

The preliminary schedule for project permitting activity begins with Transco’s planned submission in October of its request to commence the pre-filing process with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. -- Donna Todd

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