Energy Infrastructure Update For January 2019

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1 Office of Energy Projects Energy Infrastructure Update For January 2019 Natural Gas Highlights • Dakota Natural Gas received a service area determination within which it may, without further Commission authorization, enlarge or expand its natural gas distribution facilities in order to supply a customer in Minnesota. a Gas received authorization for its East Louisiana Project, which involves construction and modifications at Florid • 75 Compressor Station 10 in Perry County, MS and Mainline Valve 9- 1 in Washington Parish, LA, in order to provide MMcf/d of firm capacity to Enter gy Louisiana. OkTex Pipeline received authorization to buy from ONEOK, and operate and maintain in interstate commerce, 2.5 • . miles of pipeline in Beckham County, OK Columbia Gas received authorization to abandon and replace 14 miles of pipeline • related appurtenances from and Keyser Station in Mineral County, WV to LaVale Station in Allegany County, MD. • Columbia Gas received authorization for its KA1 North Launcher/Receiver Project facilities in Madison and Fayette Counties, KY, includ installing bi -dire ctional launchers, receivers, and mainline valves. ing Southern Star received authorization for its Blackwell Redundant Compression Project, which includes • a new 4,760 HP compressor unit and other appurtenant and ancillary facilities in Kay County, OK. • torage West received authorization to acquire Clear Creek Storage ’s underground natural gas storage facility Spire S in Uinta County, WY, and reaffirmation of its authorization to charge market based rates following the acquisition. Midship received • amendment t o its c ertificate authorizing an approximately 0.8 -mile reroute in Bryan County, OK in an order to avoid a sensitive feature and address stakeholder concerns. National Fuel received authorization to abandon Zoar Wells 51- • I at its Zoar storage field i n Erie County, NY. I and 56- The proposed abandonment will not affect service to customers. Transco received authorization for partial abandonment of service at its Eminence Storage Field in Covington County, • MS , including al abandonment of storage capacity of C averns 5, 6, and 7. reduction of certified pressures and parti • Columbia Gas requests authorization for its Line 134 Replacement Project, which includes replacing 3.2 miles of pipeline in Armstrong and Butler Counties, PA. This project will not result in a change of pipeline capacity. • Columbia G as requests authorization for its VNG Suffolk No. 3 Meter Station Expansion Project in Suffolk County, VA, replacing the meter station to increas e the station’s maximum delivery capacity which includes 3.7 to 12 MMcf/ d. from • NGPL requests authorization for its Lockridge Extension Pipeline Project, including the construction of 16.8 miles of pipeline and other appurtenances in Ward, Reeves, and Pecos Counties, TX, to provide up to 500 MMcf/d of firm southbound transport ation capacity. • Southern Natural Gas requests authorization for its North Main System Upgrade Project, which would replace a tap and suction line at its McConnells Compressor station in Tuscaloosa County, AL in order to increase the firm transportation capacity on its North Main System by 5 MMcf/d. • Colorado Interstate Gas requests authorization for its CIG High Plains Kiowa Lateral Expansion Project, including construction of 9.9 miles of new pipeline to provide up to 410 MMcf/d of transportation capacity from a natural gas processing plant to the CIG system in Weld County, CO. • Florida Gas requests authorization for its Sanford Project, including modification and construction of certain natural gas pipeline facilities, including lateral looping and other appurtenant facilities in order to increase hourly flow rights from 15.7 to 17.2 MMBtu/hr to the FPL Sanford Plant in Volusia County, FL. • Columbia Gas requests authorization to construct and operate seven new injection/withdrawal storage wells and related pi pelines and appurtenances in Ashland, Holmes, Knox, and Richland Counties, OH. The new wells will not alter the field's capacity or deliverability. • Monroe Gas Storage requests authorization to abandon certain certificated natural gas storage capacity , and reclassification of remaining storage capacity at its Monroe gas storage facility in Northeast Mississippi, which would reduce the working gas capacity of the field from 12 to 7 Bcf. Page 1 of 6

2 Office of Energy Projects Energy Infrastructure Update For January 2019 Natural Gas Activities in January 2019 Storage Miles of Deliverability Capacity No. of Compression Capacity Status (MMcf/d) Pipeline Projects (HP) (MMcf/d) (Bcf) Pipeline 0 0 Placed in Service 0 0 75 0 4,760 Certificated 2 4 915 30 0 Proposed Storage 0.0 0.0 Placed in Service 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 Certificated Proposed 0.0 0.0 0 0 LNG (Import & Export) Placed in Service 0 0 0 0 (Export) Certificated 0 0 0 0 (Import/Export) Proposed 0 0 0 0 (Import/Export) Source: Staff Database Natural Gas Activities thr ough January 31, 2019 through January 31, 2018 January 1 Storage Miles of No. of Capacity Deliverability Compression Status Capacity Pipeline (MMcf/d) (HP) (MMcf/d) Projects (BCF) Pipeline Placed in Service 0 0.0 0 0.0 through January 31, 2018 0 0 0 0 75.0 0.3 4,760 Certificated 2 7 1,868 132 83,215 through January 31, 2018 Storage 0 0.0 0.0 0 Placed in Service 0 0 0 0 through January 31, 2018 Certificated 0 0.0 0.0 0 through January 31, 2018 0 0 0 0 & Export) LNG (Import 0.0 Placed in Service (Export) 0 0 0.0 through January 31, 2018 0 0 0 0 Certificated (Import/Export) 0.0 0.0 0 0 through January 31, 2018 0 0 0 0 Source: Staff Database Page 2 of 6

3 Office of Energy Projects Energy Infrastructure Update January 2019 For Highlights (nonfederal) Hydropower • Great River Hydro, LLC filed an application to increase the capacity of its Deerfield River Project No. 2323 from 76.910 MW to 77.140 MW . The project is located on the Deerfield River in Berkshire and Franklin Counties, MA, and Bennington and Windham Counties, VT. Activities in January 2019 Hydr opower Project Hydrokinetic Conventional Pumped Storage Total Total No. Capacity Status Capacity Capacity Capacity of Projects No. No. No. (MW) (MW) (MW) (MW) Filed 0 0 License 0 0 0 0 0 0 - MW Exemption 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 Capacity Amendment 1 0.230 0 0 0 0 1 0.230 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Conduit Exemption 0 Issued 0 0 0 0 License 0 0 0 0 10 MW Exemption 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 Capacity Amendment 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Conduit Exemption 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Placed in Service 0 0 0 0 License 0 0 0 0 10 - MW Exemption 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Capacity Amendment 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Conduit Exemption 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Source: Staff Database Electric Generation Highlights -fired Lackawanna Energy Center expansi on in Lackawanna • Lackawanna Energy Center LLC’s 465.0 MW natural gas County, PA is online. City of Tallahassee, FL’s 74.0 MW natural gas -fired Arvah B Hopkins expansion in Leon County, FL is online. • Upstream Wind Energy LLC • MW U pstream Wind Energy Project in Antelope County, NE is online. ’s 202.5 • Pine R iver Wind Energy LLC’s 161.3 MW Pine River Wind Park in Gratiot County, MI is online. • Blue Summit II Wind LLC’s 102.0 MW Blue Summit Wind Project in Wilbarger County, TX is online. The power generated is sold to AT&T Communications under long- term contr act. • Copenhagen Wind Farm LLC’s 80.0 MW Copenhagen Wind Farm in Lewis County, NY is online. The power generated is sold to Narragansett Electric Co under long- term contract. ine. The power generated is • Mendota Hills LLC’s 75.4 MW Mendota Hills Wind Expansion in Lee County, IL is onl sold to Commonwealth Edison Co under long- term contract. • Willow Springs Solar LLC’s 100.0 MW Willow Springs Solar (CA) Project in Kern County, CA is online. • ColGreen North Shore LLC’s 74.8 MW Col Green North Shore Solar Far m in Riverside County, CA is online. The power generated is sold to Centrica plc under long- term contract. • Florida Power & Light Co.’s 74.5 MW Interstate Solar Energy Center in Saint Lucie County, FL is online. • Florida Power & Light Co.’s 74.5 MW Miami Dade Solar Energy Center in Miami Dade County, FL is online. • Florida Power & Light Co.’s 74.5 MW Pioneer Trail Solar Energy Center in Volusia County, FL is online. • Florida Power & Light Co.’s 74.5 MW Sunshine Gateway Solar Energy Center in Columbia County, FL is online. Tampa Electric Co.’s 74.5 MW Lithia Solar Project in Hillsborough County, FL is online. • Page 3 of 6

4 Office of Energy Projects Energy Infrastructure Update For January 2019 (Cont.) Electric Generation Highlights Electric • 61.0 MW Grange Hall Solar Project in Hillsborough County, FL is online. Tampa Co.’s Peony Sola r LLC’s 60.1 MW Peony Solar LLC in Orangeburg County, SC is online. • Tampa Electric Co.’s • 35.0 MW Bonnie Mine Solar Project in Polk County, FL is online. Trico Electric Coop Inc MW Avion Community Solar Project in Pima County, AZ is online. .’s 10.0 • • expansion in Warren County, NJ is online. Marina Energy LLC’s 9.0 MW DSM Solar Project Service (New Build and Expansion) In - New Generation January January 2019 2018 No. of Installed No. of Installed Primary Fuel Type Capacity (MW) Units Capacity (MW) Units 0 Coal 0 0 0 3 40 Natural Gas 5 539 Nuclear 0 3 30 0 8 2 1 Oil 3 0 0 Water 2 7 1,226 481 Wind 11 12 0 0 Biomass 0 0 19 0 Geothermal Steam 0 1 45 Solar 707 780 45 0 0 0 Waste Heat 0 0 3 5 1 * Other 1,809 Total 70 65 2,035 ata derived Sources: Ve from D locity Suite, ABB Inc. and . The data may be The C Three Group LLC subject to update . * ls, “Other” includes purchased steam, tires, and miscellaneous technology such as batteries, fuel cel energy storage, and fly wheel. Total Installed Generating Capacity Available % of Total Capacity Installed Capacity (GW) Coal 261.66 21.91% 527.15 Natural Gas 44.14% Nuclear 107.98 9.04% 39.75 3.33% Oil Water 100.42 8.41% 97.64 Wind 8.18% Biomass 16.11 1.35% 3.84 0.32% Geothermal Steam 37.72 Solar 3.16% 1.36 Waste Heat 0.11% 0.78 0.07% Other * Total 1,194.39 100.00% ata derived The C Three Group LLC locity Suite, ABB Inc. and Ve D Sources: from . The data may be subject to update . 4 of 6 Page

5 Office of Energy Projects Energy Infrastructure Update For January 2019 Proposed Generation Additions and Retirements by February 202 2 High Probability All Additions Additions Retirements No. of Installed No. of No. of Installed Installed Primary Fuel Type Capacity (MW) Units Units Capacity (MW) Capacity (MW) Units 55 14,859 Coal 1 17 1 17 31,467 107 10,168 66,995 261 Natural Gas 127 4,800 9 9,052 Nuclear 12 11,481 4 6 Oil 17 730 37 23 1,086 548 19 539 Water 223 14,606 76 25,019 0 Wind 0 543 101,230 137 420 33 148 Biomass 57 577 23 6 280 0 0 913 18 Geothermal Steam 12,952 5 2 Solar 2,481 81,417 534 29 0 0 2 34 3 Waste Heat 2 1 7 37 453 109 * Other Total 3,725 278,453 953 75,576 252 35,856 ata derived D Sources: . The data may be subject to update. The C Three Group LLC locity Suite, ABB Inc. and Ve from * “Other” includes purchased steam, tires, and miscellaneous technology such as batteries, fuel cells, energy storage, and fly wheel. Electric Transmission Highlights Electric Power announced plans to increase their four year forward transmission capital expenditure American • plans by $1.7 billion. Proposed Transmission Projects Transmission Projects Completed In-Service by February 2021 High Probability of January January January – December All Voltage 2018 Completion 2019 2018 Cumulative (kV) Line Length (miles) ≤230 1,815.5 327.3 30.0 0.0 580.1 0.0 2,759.0 345 1,076.0 714.5 0.0 1,697.4 500 0.0 0.0 69.4 766.0 Total 30.0 1,111.2 6,271.9 2,422.1 0.0 U.S. The C tric Transmission Projects © U.S. Elec and Data derived from Staff Database ource S Three Group, LLC. s: Page 5 of 6

6 Office of Energy Projects Energy Infrastructure Update For January 2019 Transmission Projects with a High Probability of All Transmission Projects with a Proposed ary 2021 being completed by Febru In-Service Date by 2021 February New Transmission Projects by Voltage Data derived from Staff Database and U.S. Elec tric Transmission s: Source Three Group, LLC. The C Projects © , and conclusions This Report contains analyses, presentations Disclaimer: that may be based on or derived from the data sources cited, but do not necessarily reflect the positions or recommendations of the data providers. 6 of 6 Page

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