June 2010 Vol. 237 No. 6

Projects

Kinder Morgan Announces Cochin Pipeline Expansion Plans

Kinder Morgan Energy Partners plans to modify and expand the existing Cochin Pipeline system to provide a solution for transporting NGLs from the Marcellus Shale Basin to fractionation plants and chemical markets near Sarnia, Ontario, and Chicago. Plans call for construction of 250 miles of NGL pipeline from the Marcellus Shale Basin in southern Pennsylvania to the Cochin interconnect at Riga, MI. From Riga, Kinder Morgan anticipates product will be transported through the existing Cochin system to Windsor, Ontario and then through the Windsor-Sarnia pipeline to Sarnia. Plans include reversal of the eastern leg of its Cochin pipeline in order to move NGLs from Riga to the Chicag

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