May 2011, Vol. 238 No. 5


ONEOK Partners To Build NGL Pipeline And Fractionator to Serve Gulf Coast Market

ONEOK Partners, L.P. plans to invest $910 million to $1.2 billion between now and late 2013 in order to: 1) construct a 570-plus-mile, 16-inch natural gas liquids (NGL) pipeline, the Sterling III Pipeline, to transport either unfractionated NGLs or NGL purity products from the Mid-Continent region to the Texas Gulf Coast; 2) reconfigure its existing Sterling I and II NGL distribution pipelines to transport either unfractionated NGLs or NGL purity products; and 3) build a 75,000-bpd NGL fractionator, MB-2, at Mont Belvieu, TX. The new Sterling III Pipeline will cost $610-810 million and will have an initial capacity to transport 193,000 bpd of either unfractionated NGLs or NGL

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