Tex-Mex Natural Gas Pipeline Project Faces Another Delay, Says Valley Crossing

For the second time this year, Valley Crossing Pipeline has informed FERC that conditions will force it to delay work on its Border Crossing Project, a 1,000-foot stretch of 42-inch diameter pipeline that would extend from a point in Texas state waters about 30 miles east of Brownsville, to the international border with the Mexican state of Tamaulipas. Read More

More Permian Natural Gas Poised to Move to Gulf Coast, Mexico Markets

With an eye on moving more natural gas from the Permian Basin to the Texas coast and into Mexico, four operators led by Houston’s Targa Resources Corp. rolled out plans to develop the 2 Bcf/d Whistler Pipeline Project, which if sanctioned could help deliver up to 7 Bcf/d to Gulf Coast markets and beyond. Separately, an open season was launched Monday for another Permian project to move gas supplies south. Read More