Pipeline Project Spotlight

Here is a sample of over 400 new, planned, ongoing pipeline construction projects

Owner: Gaz-System, Energinet
Project: Baltic Pipe
Type: Baltic Pipe will transport Norwegian natural gas from the Norwegian North Sea via Denmark to Poland.
Length: 560 miles (900 km)
Capacity: 110 Bcf per annum
Start: Q2 2020
Completion: Q4 2022
Owner: Summit Midstream Partners
Project: Double E Pipeline
Type: The pipeline’s implementation plan was approved and FERC granted the notice to proceed. The pipeline will transport gas from the Delaware Basin in the Permian shale in New Mexico and Texas to the Waha hub in West Texas.
Length: 135 miles (217 km)
Capacity: 1.35 Bcf/d
Start: Q1 2021
Completion: 4Q 2021

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