April 2013, Vol. 240 No. 4

Features

NiSource Busy Modernizing Columbia Pipeline Across Large Footprint

With recent FERC approval for its comprehensive pipeline infrastructure replacement program in hand, NiSource has undertaken the initial five-year investment plan for the Columbia Gas Transmission pipeline and its related facilities. The settlement, widely supported by Columbia’s customers, identifies individual infrastructure projects and establishes a mechanism for recovery of Columbia’s revenue requirement for the company’s investment – $300 million a year, in addition to $100 million investment in ongoing maintenance on system improvements between 2013 and 2017. The improvements include replacement of aging infrastructure, beginning with about 1,000

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