Federal regulators on Monday approved the start-up of Texas Eastern Transmission’s (Tetco) portion of the Stratton Ridge Expansion project, which is designed to provide natural gas to the Freeport LNG Development LP export project on the upper Texas coast.
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Late last week, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission issued a certificate for Texas Eastern Transmission LP (Tetco) and Brazoria Interconnector Gas Pipeline LLC to move forward with their Stratton Ridge Expansion Project, designed to increase natural gas delivery capacity into the Texas Gulf Coast.
Two subsidiaries of Spectra Energy Partners LP filed an application with FERC on Friday for the $99.6 million Stratton Ridge Expansion Project, which would deliver 322,000 Dth/d of firm transportation capacity from multiple receipt points in Texas to the Gulf Coast.
Kinder Morgan Energy Partners LP (KMP) and Phillips 66 on Thursday announced an agreement for Kinder Morgan to transport Eagle Ford crude and condensate to Phillips 66’s Sweeny Refinery in Brazoria County, TX, which will necessitate the construction of a $90 million, 27-mile, 12-inch diameter lateral pipeline to extend its Kinder Morgan Crude Condensate (KMCC) pipeline, along with related infrastructure.
Back when the developers of Freeport LNG were buying liquefied natural gas (LNG) to commission capacity at their regasification facility in Brazoria County, TX, they were buying “$20-plus LNG in a $10 gas market,” Freeport CFO Hugh Urbantke told a Houston audience Tuesday.
The 945-foot Clean Force liquefied natural gas (LNG) tanker arrived last Wednesday morning at the Freeport LNG receiving terminal on Quintana Island in Brazoria County, TX. It is the first vessel to come to the terminal to pick up LNG for re-export rather than deliver a cargo.
The 945-foot Clean Force liquefied natural gas (LNG) tanker arrived Wednesday morning at the Freeport LNG receiving terminal on Quintana Island in Brazoria County, TX. It is the first vessel to come to the terminal to pick up LNG for re-export rather than deliver a cargo.
Florida Gas Transmission said Thursday’s line break in its 22-inchmainline in Brazoria County south of Houston (see Daily GPI, June 23) had been repaired Friday morningand nominations at upstream receipt points had resumed with that day’sIntraday 1 cycle. Also, FGT lifted Friday an Overage Alert Day noticefor its market area.
Florida Gas Transmission declared a force majeure following aline break Thursday morning near Station 4 in Brazoria County, TX.The upstream MOPS, Danex MID Fields, HPL Magnet Withers, Live OakZella and Buckeye Burke receipt points were shut in until furthernotice, and affected shippers were given extended deadlines tore-source their gas. FGT Operations said Thursday afternoon itanticipated repairing the 22-inch mainline and returning it toservice by early this morning. The pipeline advised customers thatreceipt points upstream of Station 4 would become available fornominations during today’s Intraday 1 cycle.