American Midstream Partners (AMID) today announced it has completed construction of a new pipeline connection and commenced deliveries into its AlaTenn pipeline system with Southern Natural Gas in Alabama. The new SNG interconnect enables AlaTenn to participate in movement of Northeast Marcellus natural gas supply into Southeast U.S. demand markets. The interconnect materially increases AlaTenn’s utilization via a 30% increase on AlaTenn’s contracted capacity.
“We are pleased with AMID’s ongoing growth and participation in natural gas infrastructure in the Southeast U.S. market,” said Lynn Bourdon III, President and Chief Executive Officer of American Midstream Partners. “The SNG interconnect expands AlaTenn’s market connectivity and increases pipeline utilization with FERC regulated volumes.”