Midstreamer Oneok Inc. hopes to reach a final investment decision (FID) on its proposed 2.8 Bcf/d Saguaro Connector natural gas pipeline later this year.


The 155-mile pipeline would transport natural gas from the Waha hub in West Texas to the Mexico border. It would serve the Saguaro LNG export terminal proposed by Mexico Pacific Ltd. LLC (MPL), which also has yet to reach FID.

“We continue to evaluate the Saguaro Connector Pipeline, a potential intrastate pipeline project that would provide natural gas transportation to the U.S. and Mexico border for ultimate delivery to an export facility on the West coast of Mexico,” Chief Commercial Officer Kevin Burdick said during the company’s second quarter earnings call earlier this month.

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