Agricultural Impact Statements: Natural Gas Pipeline Projects

​​​​​​​These are the current natural gas pipeline projects in Wisconsin that require an agricultural impact statement by the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection. We will add information from DATCP and other agencies for individual projects as documents are completed and information becomes available. 

Western Wisconsin Natural Gas Expansion Project: Monroe County (DATCP #4311, PSC ID #6680-CG-168)

Wisconsin Power and Light Company (WPL or Alliant Energy) proposes to construct approximately 12 miles of 10-inch natural gas pipeline west and south of the city of Tomah.

EITM Natural Gas Lateral Racine County (DATCP #4249)

We Energies proposes to construct approximately 4 miles of 12-inch pipeline within the villages of Mount Pleasant and Sturtevant.  The project would serve natural gas to customers within the  Foxconn Electronics Information Technology Manufacturing zone.  As such, this project is exempt from Public Service Commission review.

Lakeshore Capacity Improvement Natural Gas Pipeline: Racine and Kenosha counties (DATCP #4255, PSC ID #6630-CG-137)

We Energies proposes to construct approximately 7 miles of 24-inch and 2 miles of 12-inch pipeline within the village of Mount Pleasant and town of Yorkville.  The project would b​e located partially within the Foxconn Electronics Information Technology Manufacturing zone.

Lakeshore Lateral Natural Gas Pipeline: Walworth, Kenosha and Racine counties (DATCP #4262, PSC #6630-CG-138)

We Energies proposes to construct approximately 50 miles of 24-inch pipeline along on​e of two routes.

MAP ButtonPlymouth to Chilton Natural Gas Replacement Pipeline: Calumet, Manitowoc, and Sheboygan counties (DATCP #4251, PSC ID #6690-CG-174)

Wisconsin Public Service Corporation proposal to build 45 miles of 8-inch and 10 miles of 6-inch pipeline in the cities of Chilton, New Holstein, and Kiel and the towns of Chilton, Brothertown, Charlestown, New Holstein, Schleswig, Rhine, Plymouth, and Sheboygan Falls

 

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