December 2010 Vol. 237 No. 12


ETP Pipelines Ahead Of Schedule And Under Budget

Energy Transfer Partners L.P. (ETP) announced last month that two major interstate pipelines, the 175-mile Tiger Pipeline and the 185-mile Fayetteville Express Pipeline, would begin service on Dec. 1, ahead of schedule and well under budget. Combined, the project costs for these two pipelines are expected to total $2.02 billion, $200 million less than the most recent estimates and $480 million under original estimates. Lee Hanse, senior vice president of Energy Transfer’s Interstate Pipeline Division, said, “We are very proud to have two projects of this magnitude in service ahead of schedule and well below the original budget – FEP 22% and Tiger 16% – p

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