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North American Pipeline Project Roundup: July/August 2020

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Project Roundup is a monthly feature that summarizes the contracts awarded for pipeline projects in North America. The following oil and gas pipeline projects have been announced. Projects are in order of most recent approximate starting date. All projects are for 2020 unless noted.

Henkels & McCoy Inc. was awarded a contract by TC Energy for the excavation and recoating of approximately 70 ft of 20-in. pipeline in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Headquarters is Pennsburg, Pennsylvania. The superintendent is John MacCoy. Approximate start date: June 30.

InfraSource Construction Inc. was awarded a contract by Washington Gas & Light for the change out of three 12-in. pipeline valves and an 8-in. bypass and 12-in. launcher and bypass in Maryland. Headquarters is Brandywine, Maryland. The superintendent is Jason Nash. Approximate start date: June 22.

Penn Line Service Inc. was awarded a contract by Michels Corp. for hydroseeding and slip repairs on an unknown length of 30-in. pipeline in Greene County, Pennsylvania. Headquarters is on the job site. The superintendent is Jim Pratt. Approximate start date: June 19.

United Piping Inc. was awarded a contract by TC Energy for the relocation of right-of-way and installation of approximately 2,400 ft of 22- and 2,400 ft of 30-in. pipeline, the removal of approximately 1,888 ft of 22-in. pipeline and approximately 1,867 ft of 30-in. pipelines in Berrien County, Michigan. Headquarters is Benton Harbor, Michigan. The superintendent is Troy Johnson. Approximate start date: June 18.

Penn Line Service Inc. was awarded a contract by Apex Pipeline Services Inc. for restoration on approximately 22 miles of 20-in. pipeline right-of-way in Marshall and Wetzel counties, West Virginia. Headquarters is Cameron, West Virginia. The superintendent is Jim Pratt. Approximate start date: June 17.

R-Value Foam Insulation LLC was awarded a contract by Price Gregory International Inc. for the application of foam breakers and pipe supports on approximately 24.5 miles of 36-in. pipeline in Ohio. Headquarters is Oak Hill, Ohio. The superintendent is Mark Benaske. Approximate start date: June 15.

R-Value Foam Insulation LLC was awarded a contract by Snelson Cos. Inc. for the application of foam breakers and pipe supports on approximately 29 miles of 24-in. pipeline in Genesee and Oakland counties, Michigan. Headquarters is Mt. Morris, Michigan. The superintendent is Mark Benaske. Approximate start date: June 15.

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T.G. Mercer Consulting Services Inc. was awarded a contract by Atmos for the offloading from rail and racking of approximately 344,760 ft of 36-in. pipe in Taylor County, Texas. Headquarters is Willow Park, Texas. The superintendent is Larry Rodriguez. Approximate start date: June 15.

U.S. Pipeline Inc. was awarded a contract by Williams – Transcontinental Gas Pipeline for anomaly investigations and repairs on a 16-in. pipeline in Chester County, Pennsylvania. Headquarters is Chester Springs, Pennsylvania. The superintendent is Drew Batton. Approximate start date: June 15.

Minnesota Limited LLC was awarded a contract by TC Energy to install 2- to 16-in. pipeline station piping and equipment in Lorain County, Ohio. Headquarters is to be determined. The superintendent is Bill Barker. Approximate start date: June 11.

The Hillis Group LLC was awarded a contract by Energy Transfer for slip repair in Tioga County, Pennsylvania. Headquarters is Blossburg, Pennsylvania. The superintendent is Greg Kunes. Approximate start date: June 10.

InterCon Construction Inc. was awarded a contract by Northern Natural Gas for 24-in. pipeline cut-outs and the installation of approximately 1,500 ft of 24-in. pipeline via horizontal directional drilling in Kingman County, Kansas. Headquarters is Cunningham, Kansas. The superintendent is Adam Krauss. Approximate start date: June 10.

Penn Line Service Inc. was awarded a contract by Michels Corp. for hydroseeding and slip repair on approximately 25 miles of 30-in. pipeline right-of-way in Monongalia, Marion and Wetzel counties, West Virginia. Headquarters is on the job site. The superintendent is Jim Pratt. Approximate start date: June 10.

Penn Line Service Inc. was awarded a contract by U.S. Pipeline Inc. for hydroseeding and long wall remediation on approximately 6,400 ft of 36-in. pipeline right-of-way in Marshall County, West Virginia. Headquarters is on the job site. The superintendent is Jim Pratt. Approximate start date: June 10.

United Piping Inc. was awarded a contract by TC Energy for integrity digs and possible cutouts on 36-in. pipelines in Morrow and Gilliam counties, Oregon. Headquarters is Ione, Oregon. The superintendent is Joel Bailer. Approximate start date: June 10.

Aaron Enterprises Inc. was awarded a contract by Otis Eastern Service LLC for multiple 12-in. pipeline slick bores in Elk and Jefferson counties, Pennsylvania. Headquarters is Brockway, Pennsylvania. The superintendent is Mark Myers. Approximate start date: June 8.

Henkels & McCoy Inc. was awarded a contract by TC Energy for right-of-way restoration and slip remediation on an unknown length of pipeline right-of-way in Wetzel, Tyler and Doddridge counties, West Virginia, and the replacement of approximately 2,808 ft of 16 inch pipeline in Tyler County, West Virginia. Headquarters is Hannibal, Ohio. The superintendent is Marty Moss. Approximate start date: June 8.

Penn Line Service Inc. was awarded a contract by Michels Corp. for restoration work on approximately 8,600 ft of 30- and 36-in. pipeline right-of-way in Marshall County, West Virginia. Headquarters is to be determined. The superintendent is Jim Pratt. Approximate start date: June 8.

R.L. Coolsaet Construction Co. was awarded a contract by DTE Energy for the performance of direct assessments on an 8-in. pipeline in Alpena County, Michigan. Headquarters is Alpena, Michigan. The superintendent is Kevin Scully. Approximate start date: June 8.

R.L. Coolsaet Construction Co. was awarded a contract by DTE Energy to perform direct assessments on a 6-in. pipeline in Mount Clam County, Michigan. Headquarters is Greenville, Michigan. The superintendent is Craig Scully. Approximate start date: June 8.

United Piping Inc. was awarded a contract by TC Energy for compressor Station Cooler piping modifications including the upsizing of an existing gas cooler header, modification an upsizing of 32- to 42-in. compressor station piping in Morrow County, Oregon. Headquarters is Ione, Oregon. The superintendent is Sam Anderson. Approximate start date: June 8.

Pe Ben USA Inc. was awarded a contract by TC Energy for the loadout, transport and stockpiling of approximately 136 miles of 36-in. pipe in Bowman County, North Dakota, Meade County, South Dakota, and Fallon, Dawson, McCone and Valley counties, Montana. Headquarters are to be determined. The superintendent is to be determined. Approximate start date: June 5.

Minnesota Limited LLC was awarded a contract by TC Energy for modifications to 6- to 24-in. launcher and receiver station piping in Vinton and Lawrence counties, Ohio, and modifications to 4- to 14-in. launcher and receiver station piping in Chester County, Pennsylvania. Headquarters is to be determined. The superintendent is Gary Hawk. Approximate start date: June 4.

Northern Clearing Inc. was awarded a contract by Minnesota Limited LLC for the clearing of approximately 3.600 ft of 30-in. pipeline right-of-way in Oakland County, Michigan. Headquarters is to be determined. The superintendent is Dale Lyngen. Approximate start date: June 4.

Pe Ben USA Inc. was awarded a contract by Michels Corp. for the loading, hauling and stringing of approximately 22.85 miles of 30-in. pipe in San Augustine and Sabine counties, Texas. Headquarters is Bronson, Texas. The superintendent is Cody Phillips. Approximate start date: June 3.

United Piping Inc. was awarded a contract by Enbridge to install four emergency flow restriction devices on 34-, 2- and 4-in. pipelines in Wood and Sawyer counties, Wisconsin. Headquarters is to be determined. The superintendent is Heath Beckstrom. Approximate start date: June 3.

U.S. Pipeline Inc. was awarded a contract by Williams — Transcontinental Gas Pipeline for anomaly investigations and repairs on 30- and 14-in. pipelines in Bergen, Union, Middlesex and Hudson counties, New Jersey. Headquarters is Linden, New Jersey. The superintendent is Richard Hill. Approximate start date: June 3.

Northern Clearing Inc. was awarded a contract by Minnesota Limited LLC for the clearing of approximately 1,600 ft of 34-in. pipeline right-of-way for horizontal drill replacement in DuPage County, Illinois. Headquarters is to be determined. The superintendent is Lyle Swartz. Approximate start date: June 2.

Henkels & McCoy Inc. was awarded a contract by TC Energy for station modifications in Clare County, Michigan. Headquarters is to be determined. The superintendent is Jeff Fate. Approximate start date: June 1.

InterCon Construction Inc. was awarded a contract by Ameren to install approximately 6,000 ft of 10-in. pipeline in Macon County, Illinois. Headquarters is Decatur, Illinois. The superintendent is Carl Bubolz. Approximate start date: June 1.

United Piping Inc. was awarded a contract by TC Energy for the modification of station piping on a 36-in. pipeline station in Kootenai County, Idaho. Headquarters is Athol, Idaho. The superintendent is Mark Thompson. Approximate start date: June 1.

Latex Construction Co. was awarded a contract by Nexus Gas Transmission for erosion control device removal and right-of-way repair on an unknown length of 36-in. pipeline in Medina, Lorain, Huron, Erie and Sandusky counties, Ohio. Headquarters is Elyria, Ohio. The superintendent is Cotton Jordan. Approximate start date: June 2020 (announced June 1).

Macki Pipeline Logistics LLC was awarded a contract by EVRAZ NA for the offloading and stockpiling of approximately 55 miles of 36-in. pipe in Reagan County, Texas. Headquarters is Big Lake, Texas. The superintendent is Donnie Krug. Approximate start date: May 28.

Henkels & McCoy Inc. was awarded a contract by Enbridge Energy for the replacement of 10-in. pipeline launchers and receivers in Providence County, Rhode Island, Bristol, Norfolk and Worcester counties, Massachusetts, and 36-in. pipeline launchers and receivers in Tolland and Windham counties, Massachusetts. Headquarters are East Providence, Rhode Island, Milford and Medway, Massachusetts, and Mansfield and Eastford, Connecticut. The superintendent is Jeff Karsten. Approximate start date: May 26.

Henkels & McCoy Inc. was awarded a contract by TC Energy for the removal of erosion control devices on an
undetermined length of pipeline right-of-way in Pennsylvania. Headquarters is Fayetteville, Pennsylvania. The superintendent is Rusty McCellan. Approximate start date: May 26.

Minnesota Limited LLC was awarded a contract by TC Energy for 2- to 36-in. pipeline launcher and receiver modifications in Lawrence, Vanderburgh, Dubois, Shelby and Spencer counties, Indiana. Headquarters is Evansville, Indiana. The superintendents are Chris Jones and Doug Vaughn. Approximate start date: May 26.

Henkels & McCoy Inc. was awarded a contract by Nicor Gas Co. to install 36-in. pipeline railroad crossings in Will County, Illinois. Headquarters is Joliet, Illinois. The superintendent is Andrew Durkin. Approximate start date: to be determined (announced May 25).

Price Gregory International Inc. was awarded a contract by Columbia Gas Transmission LLC to install approximately 24.5 miles of 36-in. pipeline in Jackson County, Ohio. Headquarters is Oak Hill, Ohio. The superintendent is Todd Burleson. Approximate start date: to be determined (announced May 25).

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