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How was Eureka City chosen as Dominion Energy Utah’s first natural gas expansion project?

Multiple rural communities were surveyed to determine their interest in natural gas. All potential communities have been evaluated according to:

  • Project cost
  • The number of potential new customers
  • The impact on current Dominion Energy Utah operations and current infrastructure

Of the communities that responded, Eureka City was chosen to be the first project to be built under House Bill 422. Eureka City’s population is currently 739. Estimates are that its population will increase to 850 by 2020, double in the next five years and triple in the next 20+ years.

When will construction begin?

This project will be the first to be built under House Bill 422. If the Utah Public Service Commission grants approval of the project, construction would start in early 2021, with an in-service date of late 2021. This project will include 11 miles of high-pressure pipeline and about 360 service lines to homes, businesses, etc. Preliminary routing is underway.

If I live in Eureka City and want to get natural gas, how do I find out more about this project?

If you’d like to sign up for natural gas service in Eureka, fill out and submit a service-line request form. Once you’ve completed and submitted the form, a pre-construction representative will contact you to set up an appointment.

Will Dominion Energy Utah expand natural gas to other cities who need it?

The company views rural expansion under House Bill 422 as an ongoing program with each project subject to Utah Public Service Commission approval.

Proposed Project Map

Proposed Project Map

Additional Project Materials

Timeline

  • May 2018 -  The allowance of rolling costs into rate base was passed by the Utah Legislature (House Bill 422).
  • August 2019 - Preliminary routing and environmental studies are underway.
  • Nov./Dec. 2019 - Commission approval will be required for this project and is expected to be filed during this time.
  • August 2020 - Received Public Service Commission approval
  • February/March 2021 - Canvassing/Sign up
  • April/May 2021 - Construction to begin

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