Short Creek

Dominion Energy Ohio is proposing to install a compressor at one existing compressor station, modifying three metering and regulating stations and installing one new metering and regulating station in Monroe, Harrison and Tuscarawas counties. These upgrades are required to add capacity to the existing natural gas pipeline system in order to meet growing national energy needs. All of these proposed facility improvements are associated with existing facilities and will be completed on these premises or within the existing road right-of-way. No new pipeline will be required.

Overview and Schedule

The Short Creek project would provide up to 750,000 dekatherms per day of firm off-system transportation service system to provide gas for growing national energy needs. The Northern Deliveries are expected to be in-service by the fourth quarter of 2020 and Southern Deliveries are expected to be in-service during the first or second quarter of 2021. These upgrades are required to add capacity to the existing natural gas pipeline system in order to meet growing national energy needs.

The following project facilities are proposed:

  • Switzerland Compressor Station - Switzerland Township, Monroe County, OH
    • Proposed: Facility improvements at this location include the addition of one (1) reciprocating gas compressor unit.
  • Bullseye Station - TGP Interconnect - Union Township, Tuscarawas County, OH
    • Proposed: Facility improvements at this location include the addition of a new interconnect with TGP near the existing Holmes interconnect.
  • Plum Run Station – Franklin Township, Harrison County, OH
    • Proposed: Facility improvements at this location expansion of the facility to accommodate a flow of 600 million cubic feet per day (MMCFD).
  • Kanoski Station – Cadiz Township, Harrison County, OH
    • Proposed: Facility improvements at this location expansion of the facility to accommodate a flow of 300 million cubic feet per day (MMCFD) to TPL-15.
  • Cadiz West Station – Cadiz Township, Harrison County, OH
    • Proposed: Facility improvements at this location expansion of the facility to accommodate a flow of 750 million cubic feet per day (MMCFD). Located adjacent to Kanoski Station.

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Safety is one of Dominion Energy Ohio’s core values and priorities.


Frequently Asked Questions

Why is this project needed?
At Dominion Energy, we are committed to providing safe, reliable natural gas service at the lowest possible cost. Expanding access to natural gas will help meet growing demand and provide lasting economic benefits for the region. Affordable electricity and access to natural gas are two of the most critical ingredients for economic development. The Short Creek Project will help ensure both.

Can I contact someone if I have questions or concerns?
For questions, concerns, additional information, please call our information line at 330-664-2626. 

Will construction affect my property?
No. Dominion Energy Ohio is not proposing any new pipeline as part of the Short Creek Project. All proposed improvements are associated with existing facilities and will be completed on these premises or within the existing road right-of-way. The new facility that is being proposed will be constructed on Dominion East Ohio-owned property.