Compressor station proposed to expand
Addition in works for Myersville natural gas facility
By IKE WILSON
Dominion Transmission’s Myersville compressor station went into service earlier this month to help meet the demand for natural gas for Washington Gas Light and Baltimore Gas & Electric customers, the company announced, adding that a second compressor is on the drawing board for the same location.
Spokesman Frank Mack said two companies that are building natural gas-fired power stations to generate electricity need more natural gas, requiring Dominion Transmission to add a second compressor at the Myersville station and make other upgrades to its system in Pennsylvania and Virginia. If approved, the new station is predicted to provide service by October 2017.
The announcement of another compressor station so soon came as no surprise to (See COMPRESSOR A-9)
This is an aerial photo looking east of the Dominion gas compressor station at Myersville taken in late October. Running across the top is Md. 17 with I-70 at the upper left.
Staff photo by Sam Yu
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