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FERC Approves Two Dominion Pipeline Projects

On March 8, 2013, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued an order authorizing Dominion Transmission, Inc.’s requests to build two new pipeline projects in New York and Pennsylvania.  The two projects are the Tioga Area Expansion Project, which will include 15 miles of new 24-inch diameter pipeline in Tioga, Greene, Potter, and Clinton Counties, Pennsylvania, as well as Steuben County, New York, and the Sabinsville to Morrisville Project, which will include 3.56-miles of new 24-inch diameter pipeline and additional facilities in Tioga County, Pennsylvania.  FERC’s authorization is conditioned upon Dominion placing the projects into service within two years.