Whistler Pipeline LLC, which would move up to 2 Bcf/d from the Permian Basin to South Texas and beyond, on Friday launched a binding open season to secure commitments for the remaining capacity.
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A joint venture between Whitewater Midstream, MPLX LP and investment group First Infrastructure Capital will move forward with an expansion of the 1.4 Bcf/d Agua Blanca intrastate natural gas system that moves New Mexico supply to Waha.
WhiteWater Midstream LLC began gauging support on Wednesday for a 500,000 MMBtu/d interstate natural gas system that would transport supply from the Permian Basin in New Mexico to West Texas.
FERC staff has issued a draft environmental impact statement (DEIS) for Texas LNG Brownsville LLC’s proposal for a liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal at the Port of Brownsville in South Texas.
Two big Permian Basin players, WPX Energy Inc. and Howard Energy Partners, are joining forces to develop natural gas and crude oil gathering and processing infrastructure in the Stateline area of the Delaware sub-basin in West Texas.
Tennessee declared a force majeure event for the section of pipe between Main Line Valves 400-1 and 402-1 in the Agua Dulce, TX, area due to possible damage from a third-party accident. Based on current nominations, Tennessee anticipated the possibility of restricting through a pro rata portion of Previous Scheduled (PS Priority) nominations for Monday’s Intraday Cycle and a pro rata portion of Secondary Out of Path nominations for Tuesday.
Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line has requested FERC authorization to sell supply lateral facilities in Texas to Copano Field Services/Agua Dulce LP for an undisclosed amount.
Gulf South said Tuesday that unscheduled maintenance on Index 129 (Agua Dulce 24-inch line in South Texas) has been extended until further notice and that capacity through the Refugio Compressor Station will continue to be affected by as much as 50 MMcf/d. The original posting on the work anticipated that it would be completed Oct. 17 (see Daily GPI, Oct. 6).