Portfolio of Assets

Traverse Midstream’s current assets, Rover Pipeline and Ohio River System, connect to world class resources in the Appalachian Basin. Traverse’s partner on both investments, Energy Transfer Partners (ETP), is a leading developer and operator of assets across the midstream investment spectrum.

The Rover Pipeline is a new-build 715-mile, 42-inch FERC regulated interstate natural gas transmission pipeline with a full-service capacity of 3.25 Bcf/d.

Rover Pipeline

Rover is a new-build 713-mile, dual 42-inch FERC regulated interstate natural gas transmission pipeline with a full-service capacity of 3.25 Bcf/d. It receives gas from processing plants in West Virginia, eastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania for compression and delivery into premium markets. Traverse owns a 35% non-operating equity interest in Rover.

Project Highlights

  • Connects the rapidly growing Appalachian Basin to historically premium markets
    including Dawn, MichCon & the Gulf Coast
  • Provides an integrated, seamless transportation path through interconnects with
    existing pipeline systems including Trunkline, PEPL and Vector
  • Nine shippers with 15-20 year firm volume commitments
  • Compression capacity of 3.25 Bcf/d
  • On February 2, 2017, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) approved
    Rover’s application to construct and operate the Rover Pipeline Project
  • Rover is 100% mechanically complete, and all shipper contracts are commercially in-service as of September 1, 2018.


Ohio River System is a new-build 52 mile, 36-inch mainline gathering pipe located in the highly productive Utica dry gas window with strategic delivery points

Ohio River System

Ohio River System is a new-build 64-mile, 30-inch and 36-inch trunkline gathering system located in the highly productive Utica dry gas window with five strategic delivery points. Traverse secured its 25% non-operating equity interest in Ohio River System in August 2014.

Project Highlights

  • Started service in October 2015
  • Dry gas gathering trunkline that runs through the heart of the prolific Utica dry gas window
  • Capable of transporting 2.1 Bcf/d of dry gas volume southward to Clarington and 1.4 Bcf/d northward to Cadiz (3.5 Bcf/d total)
  • 1.2 Bcf/d compression capacity at Clarington, scalable to 2.2 Bcf/d
  • Connectivity to REX, TETCO, Leach Express, at Clarington and DEO and Rover Pipeline at Cadiz