Tennessee Open Season for 500 Line Expansion
Tennessee Gas Pipeline is holding an open season through May 31
to solicit interest in its Mississippi 500 Line Expansion Project.
Tennessee expects the expansion to involve about 700,000 Dth/d of
firm service starting June 1, 2001.
The project is aimed at providing firm mainline capacity between
Tennessee's existing interconnect with Petal Gas Storage near
Hattiesburg, MS, and a point seven miles downstream of Main Line
Valve 539 near Rosehill, MS, and between Rosehill and proposed
interconnects with Sonat and Destin Pipeline at or near Sonat's
Enterprise (MS) Compressor Station. The capacity must use the Petal
interconnect and the Enterprise interconnect as receipt and
delivery points and may involve receipt points and delivery points
along, adjacent to, or in the proximity of Tennessee's 500 Line
between those two points.
Minimum contract terms are 10 years. Completed bid packages must
be received by Tennessee by 5 p.m. (CDT) on May 31. Additional
information regarding the open season can be obtained from Larry
Williams, manager of business development for Tennessee, at (713)
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