SCE&G has announced plans to install additional natural gas infrastructure in Chapin.
The plan calls for approximately 17,500 feet of steel natural gas pipeline from Jake Eargle Road to Crooked Creek Road.
“This project helps ensure that we are well equipped to meet our customers’ natural gas needs as the population in the Chapin area continues to grow,” said Felicia Howard, vice president of gas operations for SCE&G. “The upgrades will help us continue to provide clean, safe and reliable natural gas to customers for years to come.”
The project is expected to begin later in September, with road closures and delays announced at a later date. SCE&G said it expects to finish the project by the end of 2017.
South Carolina Electric & Gas Co. provides natural gas service to approximately 362,000 customers in 35 counties in the state.