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- 1,120’ of 12” steel for a well line
- 8,600’ of (2) 12” steel lines with (1) 20” water line
- 20 sections of cuts outs with varying lengths (5’ to 1,000’)
- 10 sections of cut outs with varying lengths (5’ to 600’)
- 8,518’ of 12” steel & 20” poly
- 11,000’ of 12” steel for a well connect
- 1, 400’ of 16” steel and 850’ of 12” poly
- 4,700’ of 16” steel
- 10,600’ 12” steel and 6,800’ of 20” poly
Pipeline construction relies on knowledge, experience, dedication, and a willingness to be a good partner. Working in the Appalachian Basin for decades building safe pipelines, we know the work required and the terrain. Whether it is 12-, 16- or 20-inch pipe being laid for a few hundred feet or a few miles, West Penn Energy Services can meet any requirement.
Installation – ASME B31.8 Gathering Facility Piping Systems
- API 1169 Certification
- Central Delivery Points
- Piping systems covered ANSI class designations 150, 300, 600, & 900
Before drilling begins, the West Penn Energy Services team will plan and construct the site. Building on the years of experience both in the industry and as a team, our multiple crew lines will work efficiently and in an environmentally sound way. Each project is led by a superintendent, with multiple foremen managing each crew as they execute their part of the process: clearing the right away, excavating, stringing, bending, welding, coating, ditching, lower in, backfill, or reclamation. At WPES, our crews address their work in a safe and efficient manner, while communicating with the other crews so no part of the project stalls unnecessarily. Count on West Penn Energy Services to provide the highest level of expertise in the successful construction of laying pipe, meter sites, well hook-ups, compressor stations – and more.
In addition to new pipeline installation, West Penn Energy Services will service existing pipelines by exposing the pipe, cutting out the bad part, and replacing it with a new piece. We will work with you to address the issues, set a timeline for updating the pipeline, and meet the deadlines set. Whether it is one or two issue replacements or 30 in one year, West Penn Energy Services has the experience to manage these difficult and dangerous projects, fix the issues identified, and conduct each dig in a safe manner (for both our team and the community).
Using the results of the smart PIG, West Penn Energy Services will construct a plan to replace the pieces of the pipe with diminished wall integrity. Over time (due to corrosion) wall thickness lessens until the integrity of the pipeline itself is in jeopardy. By working with West Penn Energy Services, an aging pipeline no longer has to be a cause for concern.