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Part of Louisiana gas pipeline put into service

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According to Reuters, Kinder Morgan has put part of the Louisiana natural gas pipeline into service.

Reuters reports that the pipeline is capable of delivering up to 0.6 billion ft3/d of gas to the Sabine Pass LNG facility in Louisiana, US.

According to Reuters, Cheniere Energy Inc. is adding a fifth liquefaction train to the facility, and claims that Sabine Pass 5 is currently undergoing commissioning, with commercial service expected to commence in 1Q19. As a part of the commissioning phase, the facility is expected to produce LNG.

Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquefaction/07112018/part-of-louisiana-gas-pipeline-put-into-service/

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