Shale

Energy Transfer to Transport Up to 1.045 Bcf/d in Additional Barnett, Bossier Supply

Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners LP (ETP) has entered into new long-term transportation agreements with several producers in the Barnett Shale and Bossier Sand plays in North and East Texas to transport up to an additional 1.045 Bcf/d. The agreements, with terms ranging from five-to-10 years, are tied to ETP’s planned pipeline expansions, which were announced last July (see Daily GPI, July 7, 2005).

April 5, 2006

Industry Brief

Louis Dreyfus Energy Services announced plans to install up to 80 MMcf/d of gathering pipeline this year to serve the southern Barnett Shale play in North Texas. The company said Tuesday the project could lead to construction of a large-diameter pipeline should the region’s gas development increase substantially. Louis Dreyfus has nearly completed the initial 20 MMcf/d phase of the new gas gathering and processing system in Eastland, Erath, Bosque and Hill counties, TX. The gathering system will be expanded later this year to 40-80 MMcf/d. The project consists of converting existing pipeline capacity to natural gas in a corridor from Taylor to Navarro Counties with the capability to move gas both east and west. Louis Dreyfus Energy Services and its subsidiaries plan to put additional capacity in service as the region develops. Louis Dreyfus Energy Services also owns a 20% stake in the 850 MMcf/d Sea Robin gas processing plant; a 1,400-mile NGL pipeline from the Permian Basin to a storage facility in Hull, TX; a 4.5-million-barrel propane/butane storage and terminal facility in Hattiesburg, MS; and a 50% interest in Mont Belvieu Storage Partners, among other assets.

February 16, 2005

Mitchell Energy Doubles Production in N. Texas

Mitchell Energy & Development’s gas production in NorthTexas is soaring. The company announced that its developmentprogram in the Newark East Barnett shale field is exceedingexpectations. In a little more than a year’s time, the company’sgross natural gas production in the Barnett field has doubled to172 MMcf/d. At this rate, Mitchell Energy will meet, and exceed itstarget growth of 15% this year.

July 17, 2000

Mitchell Energy Doubles Production in N. Texas

Mitchell Energy & Development’s gas production in NorthTexas is soaring. The company announced that its developmentprogram in the Newark East Barnett shale field is exceedingexpectations. In a little more than a year’s time, the company’sgross natural gas production in the Barnett field has doubled to172 MMcf/d. At this rate, Mitchell Energy will meet, and exceed itstarget growth of 15% this year.

July 14, 2000
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