September 2011, Vol. 238 No. 9

Projects

Newly Formed Joint Venture To Build 580-Mile NGL Pipeline

A three-company joint venture made up of Enterprise Products Partners, Enbridge Energy Partners and Anadarko Petroleum plan to construct a new NGL pipeline that will originate from Skellytown, TX in Carson County and extend approximately 580 miles to NGL fractionation and storage facilities in Mont Belvieu, TX. The new Texas Express Pipeline (TEP) will help producers in West and Central Texas, the Rocky Mountains, Southern Oklahoma and the Mid-continent maximize the value of their natural gas production by providing additional takeaway capacity and enhanced access to the Gulf Coast NGL market. Initial capacity on TEP will be approximately 280,000 bpd, which can be readily expan

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