FERC has given American Midstream LLC permission to begin construction of the Natchez Pipeline, which will replace the 90-year-old Midla pipeline system in Louisiana and Mississippi.
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FERC staff said it plans to issue an environmental assessment (EA) for American Midstream LLC’s planned Natchez Pipeline on Nov. 6. The natural gas project would serve customers on the company’s Midla Pipeline, which is to be abandoned.
An ongoing battle between American Midstream (Midla) Partners and its customers, including Atmos Energy Corp., over Midla’s petition to abandon its 88-year-old jurisdictional natural gas pipeline will be the subject of meetings May 29 and 30 conducted by FERC’s director of the Dispute Resolution Division (DRD).
A Louisiana congressman wants to meet with FERC Acting Chairman Cheryl LaFleur to discuss plans by American Midstream Partners LP to decommission the Midla pipeline, the latest of several lawmakers to voice opposition the shutdown.