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Dominion Carolina Gas Transmission, LLC

DHEC has received information related to two (2) pipeline projects proposed by Dominion Carolina Gas Transmission, LLC. Below is a description of the projects and applications that have been received or are expected for the proposed Dominion Carolina Gas Transmission projects. This webpage will be updated as the DHEC receives additional information.

Transco to Charleston

Dominion Carolina Gas Transmission is proposing to construct and/or modify and operate the Transco to Charleston Project, which consists of the following facilities:

  • Moore to Chappells Pipeline (Spartanburg, Laurens, Newberry, Greenwood counties)
  • Dillon Pipeline (Dillon County)
  • Moore Compressor Station (Spartanburg County)
  • Dorchester Compressor Station (Dorchester County)
  • Southern Compressor Station (Aiken County)
  • Charleston Town Border Station (Charleston County)

The proposed Transco to Charleston Project will include approximately 60 miles of pipeline including two new natural gas transmission pipelines, upgrades to an existing compressor station, and the addition of a new compressor station.

Below is a list of permits that may be required by DHEC for the proposed Transco to Charleston project, and pertinent related information. Additional details about the project may be found at Dominion Carolina Gas Transmission's Transco to Charleston website.

Permit Type

Application Received

Public Comment Period

Final Permit Action

Point of Contact

Hydrostatic Test Water Discharge General Permit

 

 

 

Brett Caswell
803-898-4396

401 Water Quality Certifications or Navigable Waters Permit

May 16, 2016
Dillon Natural Gas Pipeline (pdf)

 

 

Chuck Hightower
803-898-0369

Stormwater Construction Permit

 

 

 

 

Coastal Zone Consistency Certification

 

 

 

Curtis Joyner
843-953-0205

Air Construction Permit

December 21, 2015
Dorchester
Moore (pdf)

 

April 8, 2016 Dorchester
Moore

David Meekins
803-898-7220

Columbia to Eastover

Dominion Carolina Gas Transmission is also proposing to build a natural gas pipeline in Richland and Calhoun counties to transport natural gas to the International Paper Eastover facility to fuel its boilers. The proposed pipeline will be approximately 29 miles long to reach the facility.

Below is a list of permits that may be required by DHEC for the proposed Columbia to Eastover pipeline project, and pertinent related information. Additional details about the project may be found at Dominion Carolina Gas Transmission's Columbia to Eastover website.

Permit Type

Application Received

Public Comment Period

Final Permit Action

Point of Contact

Hydrostatic Test Water Discharge General Permit

November 6, 2015 (pdf)

 

 

Brett Caswell
803-898-4396

401 Water Quality Certifications or

Navigable Waters Permit

 

 

 

Chuck Hightower
803-898-0369

Stormwater Construction Permit


 

December 8, 2015 (pdf)

May 18, 2016 (pdf)

Cynthia Ashford
803-898-3995

Paul Quattlebaum
803-898-3678