The final two laterals and associated compression and metering facilities recently entered service to complete the Rover Pipeline project, according to Daily Energy Insider.

Energy Transfer sought approval from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in August and finally got the go-ahead last week, as the agency allowed the start of natural gas service on the Sherwood Lateral and the CGT Lateral in West Virginia.

Rover has been operational since Aug. 31, 2017, but the final approval enables the pipeline to add an additional receipt point and delivery point for natural gas production.

 

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