Award for Excellence in Health & Safety - Operational, Northeast 2016

Awarded to: Columbia Midstream

Judges Comments

“Impressive construction stats on the Hickory Bend facility considering scale of project.”

“CMG have received many safety awards and have also shown good corporate giving to the local community.”

Corporate Overview

Columbia Midstream is a premier infrastructure services provider throughout western Pennsylvania, eastern Ohio, and northeastern West Virginia. We specialize in the design, construction, and operation of pipeline facilities that transport and prepare natural gas for market.

As a subsidiary of Columbia Pipeline Group, we are proud to have a strong history in the Appalachian Basin – operating in the region for more than 100 years. During that time, we have built an extensive network of gathering systems and transmission lines, and have established ourselves as an integral part of the natural gas industry. We currently operate more than 2,300 miles of pipeline throughout Pennsylvania alone.

With this footprint in place, we offer production companies capacity on our existing systems and we also seek out partnerships in the development of new infrastructure. From pipelines to cryogenic processing facilities, we have the capabilities and experience to develop midstream projects of any type or size.

Building quality infrastructure and providing exceptional service has been our top priority for more than a century. Throughout all phases of design, construction, operations and maintenance, we are committed to protecting the environment and ensuring the safety of our employees and the community. We are proud of our work, and the impact that our transportation network is having on the region and the future of American energy.

2015 Milestones

In 2015, Columbia Midstream put two new pipelines into service. The first phase of the East Washington Gathering System, located in Washington County, was made available for service in October. An extension of the Big Pine Gathering System, which runs through Butler, Allegheny, Indiana and Westmoreland Counties was made available for service in September. Both projects were completed ahead of the producers’ expedited schedules.