November 2019, Vol. 246, No. 11

Features

Enterprise Extending Acadian Gas Pipeline System in Louisiana

P&GJ Staff Report Enterprise Products Partners said it is responding to higher demand for natural gas in the growing Gulf Coast LNG market by expanding and extending the Acadian pipeline system and boosting its capacity through upgrades to the Mansfield compressor station.  Houston-based Enterprise plans to construct an 80-mile, 1-Bcf/d intrastate pipeline originating near Cheneyville, Louisiana, on its Acadian Haynesville Extension to third-party interconnects near Gillis, including multiple pipelines serving LNG export facilities in South Louisiana and southeast Texas.  The company also plans to increase capacity on the extension by adding horsepower at its

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