November 2010 Vol. 237 No. 11

Projects

Fayetteville Express And ETC Tiger Pipelines Early and $480 Million Under Budget

Energy Transfer Partners announced Nov. 8 that two major interstate pipeline projects are expected to be in service ahead of schedule and significantly under budget. The 175-mile ETC Tiger Pipeline and the 185-mile Fayetteville Express Pipeline are both anticipated to be in service on December 1, 2010. Combined, the project costs for these two pipelines are expected to total $2.02 billion, $200 million under most recent estimates and $480 million under original estimates. “The early completion of these large-scale, interstate projects, coupled with the cost savings we were able to achieve, is an incredible accomplishment for our partnership,” said Lee Hanse, senior

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