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A 350-mile, 20" pipeline, including five (5) pump stations, beginning in Harrison County, Ohio and terminating in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. LWS was responsible for all aspects of pre-construction activities, including: establishing project control, existing line detection and depth of cover, boundary survey, permit drawings, HDD design, route deviations (due to features within existing right-of-way).
LWS is currently performing the following construction activities on four (4) different spreads: pipe tally utilizing bar code scanning, staking all pertinent information on the alignment sheets, performing record as-built survey, preparing record alignment sheets and data load. LWS has had as many as 14 crews on this project at any given time with all data being managed from LWS’s regional offices.
This project involved approximately 675 miles of 42" natural gas transmission pipeline beginning at the Opal Hub in Wyoming and terminating at a Malin, Oregon interconnect, near California's northern border. The Ruby Pipeline will have an initial design capacity of up to 1.5 billion cubic feet per day, depending on the final level of customer commitments.
The pipeline rights of way crossed a portion of four (4) states: Wyoming, Utah, Nevada and Oregon. Four compressor stations were built for the project: one near the Opal Hub in southwestern Wyoming;one south of Curlew Junction, Utah; one at the midpoint of the project, north of Elko, Nevada; and one in northwestern Nevada.
This project is a 12" natural gas pipeline that runs 511 miles beginning in Sidney, MT and ending in Weld County, CO. There are six (6) pump stations and fifty-seven (57) valve sites on this pipeline. LWS is responsible for the preliminary survey, construction staking, as‐built survey and easement creation.
The construction of the pipeline was divided into five (5) spreads as follows:
Spread 1 – 111 miles beginning in Richland County, MT and ending in Fallon County, MT
Spread 2 – 119 miles beginning in Fallon County, MT and ending in Crook County, WY
Spread 3 – 90 miles beginning in Crook County, WY and ending in Weston County, WY
Spread 4 – 130 miles beginning in Weston County, WY and ending in Goshen County, WY
Spread 5 – 61 miles beginning in Goshen County, WY and ending in Weld County, CO
This project involved approximately 550 miles of 16" natural gas liquids pipeline beginning in Medford, Oklahoma and terminating in Mont Belvieu, Texas. The pipeline had an initial design capacity of up to 193,000 barrels per day and has expanded to 250,000 barrels per day. The pipeline rights of way crossed a portion of Oklahoma and Texas. Thirteen (13) pump stations were required for this project.
A FERC‐certificated 328‐mile pipeline that is now a part of the overall Rockies Express pipeline system. REX – Entrega runs from the Meeker Hub in Rio Blanco County, Colorado to the Cheyenne Hub in Weld County, Colorado.
The project was divided into the following segments:
Segment 1 – 136 miles of 36" diameter pipeline from the Meeker Hub in Rio Blanco County, Colorado to the Wamsutter Hub in Sweetwater County, Wyoming
Segment 2 – 192 miles of 42" diameter pipeline from the Wamsutter Hub to the Cheyenne Hub in Weld County, CO