41311/41312- Kennebec Valley Pipeline

Kennebec Valley Pipeline Location: Randolph, ME Description:Installed 1,076 LF of 10” steel in glacial till conditions

41310- Charp’s Well Pad 41/13 Susquehanna Gathering

Charp’s Well Pad 41/13 Susquehanna Gathering Location: New Milford, PA Description:836 LF of parallel 16” HDPE & 12” steel pipe through rock

41309- Enterprise Front Range Segment 2 Pipeline

Enterprise Front Range Segment 2 Pipeline Location: La Junta, CO Description:110 LF of 24” guided auger bore crossing under BNSF railroad

41308- Auburn Line Extension Project

Auburn Line Extension Project Location: Wyoming Co, PA Description:Installed 1,205 LF of 20” steel pipe in rock conditions

41307- Enterprise Front Range Segment 3 Pipeline

Enterprise Front Range Segment 3 Pipeline Location: Dumas, TX Description:Installed 775 LF of 30” (three auger bores) and 1,930 LF of 16” (twelve auger bores) through clay and soft rock

41306- Ballie Trust Pipeline

Ballie Trust Pipeline Location: Butler County, PA Description:1,380 LF of 12” steel Powercrete, one road crossing

41305- UEO 24-inch Gathering Pipeline Phase 1 & 2

UEO 24-inch Gathering Pipeline Phase 1 & 2 Location: Carroll County, OH Description:Installed (35) 24” road and pipeline crossings from by HDD 40 LF to 290 LF in rock conditions. 7”-8” road crossings by HDD from 40 LF to 290 LF

41304- UEO 24-inch Gathering Pipeline Phase 1 & 2

UEO 24-inch Gathering Pipeline Phase 1 & 2 Location: Carroll County, OH Description:Installed (4) 24” steel pipe crossings totaling 5,292 LF and Installed (1) 8” steel pipe crossing totaling 1,439 LF in rock conditions by HDD

41303- Berholz North & South Pipeline

Berholz North & South Pipeline Location: Berholz, OH Description:Installed (3) 1,384 LF of 4”, 12” & 16” steel pipe crossings in rock conditions, maximum depth of 100 ft

41302- Line 6B & 79 HDD

Line 6B & 79 HDD Location: Fenton, MI Description:Installed 2,034 LF of 30” steel pipe in sand and clay conditions by HDD under sensitive environmental area, crews worked in subzero temperatures