December 2010 Vol. 237 No. 12


Trunkline Gas To Transport Liquids-Rich Gas In South Texas

Southern Union Co.’s Trunkline Gas Company subsidiary has signed a precedent agreement with DCP Midstream, LLC to provide long-term, firm transportation service on a portion of Trunkline’s pipeline system in South Texas. Trunkline Gas will file with the FERC to make changes to the southernmost segment of its pipeline in Texas to provide DCP with transportation service for liquids-rich gas from the Eagle Ford shale in South Texas. As proposed, Trunkline would isolate its South Texas system at the Edna compressor station in Jackson County, TX and modify its facilities to allow bi-directional flow and the transportation of liquids-rich gas. In addition, Trunkline will s

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