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Inergy Midstream halts work on Commonwealth pipeline

Keywords: Tags  Commonwealth pipeline, Inergy Midstream, UGI, WGL Holdings, natural gas, thorsten schier

NEW YORK — Inergy Midstream LP has suspended development of its Commonwealth pipeline.

The $1-billion, 30-inch-diameter natural gas pipeline was slated to run 200 miles from Lycoming County, Pa., to Rockville, Md., connecting with other interstate pipelines along the way (, March 2, 2012).

A company spokeswoman declined to comment on the suspension.

Inergy Midstream, a Kansas City, Mo.-based natural gas storage and transmission company, is a subsidiary of Kansas City, Mo.-based Inergy LP.

King of Prussia, Pa.-based UGI Corp. and Washington-based public utility WGL Holdings Inc. also were sponsors of the pipeline. UGI distributes and markets energy products such as propane, butane, natural gas and electricity, while WGL Holdings provides natural gas to customers in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia.

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