What is REX?
The Rockies Express Pipeline (REX) is an interstate pipeline spanning nearly 1,700 miles from northwestern Colorado and southwestern Wyoming to eastern Ohio. It provides natural gas transportation services in Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio, helping to meet our country’s goal of energy independence by linking natural gas supply with demand centers in the states it serves. It is the only U.S. pipeline that links the Rocky Mountain and Appalachian supply basins to consumers across the Midwest and beyond. REX is jointly owned by Tallgrass Development, Sempra U.S. Gas & Power and Phillips 66.
What is the Rockies Express Pipeline Zone Three Capacity Enhancement?
Why is it important that gas from the Appalachian supply basins gets to the Midwest?
Do new facilities have to be built to support this project?
Will you be installing new pipeline as part of this project?
What is a compressor station?
Where are you building the new compressor stations?
When are you building these compressor stations?
Will construction be disruptive to the community?
What economic impact will these stations have on the community?
Will REX hire local crews to do the construction work?
Will REX hire full-time employees to staff these compressor stations once construction is complete?
How noisy is a compressor station?
What are you doing to mitigate noise from the compressor station(s)?
Will these compressor stations have an impact on the air quality in my community?
What does REX do to ensure the safety of its compressor stations?
What happens in an emergency?
How safe is a natural gas compressor station?
How will you ensure the security of the compressor station once it’s operational?
What does a compressor station look like?
Will traffic to and from the compressor station pose a problem to local motorists?