November 2010 Vol. 237 No. 11


Southcross Energy To Build Mississippi Natural Gas Pipeline

Southcross Energy announced Nov. 3 that the company is constructing an eight-mile, 12-inch-diameter natural gas pipeline in Jones County, Mississippi. The new pipeline will connect Southcross’ existing system with the Southeast Supply Header (SESH) pipeline system. The interconnect will augment Southcross’ gas supply and enable the company to provide expanded service to its customers in the region, including the South Mississippi Electric Power Association (SMEPA), an electric generation and transmission cooperative. The new pipeline is scheduled to be operational in April 2011. “We are pleased that Southcross is undertaking this project so we can access addit

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