Somerset announced it is finalizing plans to construct … read more [PDF]
Somerset Gas Gathering announced it will construct additional… read more [PDF]
Originally known as Columbia’s 1818/1862 pipeline in north central Pennsylvania, Bear Print Pipeline was renamed as part of its conversion to a natural gas gathering business in late 2010. During a site tour of the system’s soon to be constructed compression station, several of the company’s new investors noticed a single large indention along the pipeline’s dense forest right-of-way. Stamped clearly in the soft mud was the print of a local resident-Pennsylvania’s Black Bear. As development continued, the 1818/1862 system became commonly referred to as “Bear Print Pipeline.”
The pipeline’s new name was re-affirmed in mid July when pipeline field personnel noticed that certain pipeline markers were being routinely up-rooted along the station’s access road. Temporary game cameras installed along the access road captured footage of our “neighbors” in the act.
Appalachian Midstream Partners secures equity commitment of up to $176 million from Avista Capital Partners … read more [PDF]