FERC on Monday issued a certificate to Sierrita Gas Pipeline LLC’s Compressor Expansion Project, designed to add 322,794 Dth/d of firm service through its existing border crossing facility by building a compressor station in southern Arizona.
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Options for natural gas supply heading south of the border just got a lot more plentiful as Kinder Morgan Inc.’s (KM) Sierrita Pipeline, which entered service Friday, became the second U.S.-to-Mexico natural gas pipeline to go into service within a week.
With FERC steaming ahead with a potential approval later this month, Kinder Morgan’s proposed Sierrita Pipeline project for delivering natural gas to southwestern markets in the United States and high-growth power generation markets in northern Mexico appears to be stuck in local political mud in Pima County, AZ.
FERC staff has prepared a final environmental impact statement (FEIS) for Kinder Morgan's Sierrita Pipeline project, which would deliver natural gas…
FERC Friday issued a favorable draft environmental review of Kinder Morgan’s international Sierrita Pipeline project, which would deliver natural gas to southwestern markets in the United States and high-growth power generation markets in northern Mexico.
While the U.S. State Department stopped short of endorsing the U.S.-to-Mexico Sierrita Lateral Pipeline being proposed by Sierrita Gas Pipeline LLC, it said it has “no objections” to a presidential permit being issued for the project.