Port Arthur Pipeline, LLC has filed an application with FERC to construct, own, and operate its Louisiana Connector Project, which consists of 131 miles of new 42 in. diameter feed gas pipeline and other facilities.
The facilities are designed to deliver up to 2 billion ft3/day of natural gas to the liquefaction project that is currently being developed by Port Arthur LNG, LLC and PALNG Common Facilities Company, LLC south of Port Arthur in Jefferson County, Texas.
The Louisiana Connector Project facilities will extend from an interconnect with Columbia Gas Transmission located northeast of Eunice, La., and terminate at the proposed liquefaction project.
The cost of the proposed project is approximately US$1.2 billion.
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