Pennsylvania is seeing the construction of numerous natural gas power plants to provide electricity to families and businesses across the state. In order to supply these power plants with fuel, more natural gas pipelines are being constructed.
UGI Energy Services’s $150 million Sunbury pipeline is expected to be in service early next month. The line begins in Lycoming County and runs 35 miles southward. It’s designed to feed the new Hummel Station power plant, which is under construction at the site of the former Sunbury coal plant in Shamokin Dam, Synder County. The power plant is expected to come online in early 2018.
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