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For more information about the Line WB2VA project, please contact Brittany Carns, Manager, Community Relations and Stakeholder Outreach at (304) 357-2771 or Brittany_Carns@transcanada.com.

General questions or comments may also be submitted toll free to our landowner hotline at (888) 499-3450.

Line WB2VA runs from the Line WB system in Hardy County, West Virginia southeast to the Line VA and VM systems in Greene County, Virginia.  

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Columbia Gas Transmission’s Line WB2VA Integrity Project is an effort to enhance the pipeline integrity of the existing Line WB2VA pipeline. The goal of this pipeline integrity project is to modify portions of the existing WB2VA line to facilitate the use of the smart pig inline inspection technology. This technology will permit Columbia Gas Transmission to obtain more complete and thorough information concerning the condition of the pipeline, including the detection of corrosion, cracks, laminations, deformations or other defects.

The Line WB2VA Integrity Project will involve the installation of various pieces of auxiliary equipment, including launchers and receivers, replacement of existing mainline valves, replacement of an existing dual pipe river crossing, and replacement of short sections of existing pipeline within or proximate to existing compressor stations, to create a common diameter pipeline from beginning to end that can be internally inspected using smart pigs.

Our Commitment to Safety

Safely and efficiently delivering energy to our customers is a source of pride for Columbia. Through more than a century of operating experience and technological advancement, our companies and partners in the natural gas pipeline industry have developed one of the safest and most reliable energy transportation networks in the world.

We work to maintain a safe pipeline system by educating our employees and stakeholders, carefully planning construction projects, keeping our rights of way clear of obstructions, closely monitoring our facilities and carefully looking for problems before they become safety concerns.