March 2012, Vol. 239 No. 3


Joint Venture Moves Ahead With Plans For 580-Mile Texas Express Pipeline

Enterprise Products Partners, Enbridge Energy Partners and Anadarko Petroleum announced that shippers have executed long-term contracts for capacity on the Texas Express Pipeline (TEP) being developed by the joint venture. The shippers, which include unaffiliated shippers, have tendered 15-year, ship-or-pay transportation agreements containing volume commitments that total 232,000 bpd. The contracts also include an option provision allowing shippers to increase their volume commitment. Originating near Skellytown in Carson County, TX the 20-inch TEP mainline will extend 580 miles to Enterprise’s natural gas liquids fractionation and storage complex at Mont Belvieu and w

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