Eastern System Upgrade

Eastern System Upgrade


The Millennium Pipeline Company announced today that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has approved the company to use its pre-filing process to review Millennium’s proposal to upgrade and expand the East end of its system. The project, named the Eastern System Upgrade (ESU), will be co-located along Millennium’s existing 244 miles of right-of-way. The proposal includes:

  • An estimated 7.8 miles of 36” looped pipeline parallel to our current infrastructure in Orange County.
  • Upgrades to the existing Hancock Compressor Station in Delaware County.
  • New compression capabilities at a facility in Sullivan County.
  • Upgrades to existing Ramapo Meter and Regulation Station in Rockland County.

The project has an anticipated in-service date of fall 2018.

The FERC filing can be viewed at http://elibrary.ferc.gov/idmws/file_list.asp?document_id=14420742

Open House Presentation

Press Releases

Eastern System Upgrade Economic Impact Study


An economic analysis done by Concentric Energy Advisors estimates that electric consumers in New York will save $495 million over the first 10 years of the Eastern System Upgrade project. An average of approximately $49.5 million per year, if the ESU project is constructed. Read the full report here.

Contact Information

Those seeking more information on the project can reach Millennium in the following ways:

  • Email: info@millenniumpipeline.com
  • Toll-free phone number: (877) 213-1944
  • Director of Public Relations: Michelle Hook (845) 570-0862
  • Community Representative: Mike Armiak (845) 645-1176