May 2016, Vol. 243, No. 5


DTE Gas Begins Pipeline Infrastructure in Michigan

DTE Gas will invest $1.4 billion in its Michigan natural gas pipeline infrastructure over the next five years to maintain the safety and reliability of its system. Plans call for DTE to modernize its cast-iron and steel main pipelines with more durable material. New service lines to homes and businesses also will be installed. This year, DTE is on track to replace over 100 miles of gas main lines, an increase of 20 miles from 2015. DTE plans accelerate the pace of replacement, eventually doubling the current program. “Replacing older gas lines with the latest in pipeline material ensures our natural gas system remains safe for our customers,” said Mark Stiers, DTE Gas president and COO. “Th

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