Gas pipeline projects come onstream

The US Energy Information Agency has reported that four new natural gas pipeline projects were completed and entered service by February this year.
Consumer Energy’s $610 million (€510 million) intrastate Saginaw Trail Pipeline entered service last November.
The project replaced and expanded natural gas pipelines and infrastructure in Saginaw, Genesse, and Oakland Counties in Michigan, increasing natural gas capacity by 0.2 Bcf/d.
Columbia Gas Transmission’s (CGT) 0.3 Bcf/d Buckeye Xpress Project began operations in December last year. The $709 million (€593 million) project involved infrastructure improvements and replaced 66 miles of existing natural gas pipeline with more reliable 36 inch pipe in Ohio and West Virginia.
The project increases transportation capacity out of the Appalachia Basin into CGT’s interconnection in Leach, Kentucky, and the TCO Pool in West Virginia.
Kinder Morgan’s Permian Highway Pipeline (PHP) entered service in early January.
The 430-mile pipeline brings 2.1 Bcf/d of additional natural gas capacity from the Waha Hub, located in West Texas near production activities in the Permian Basin, to Katy, Texas, near the Gulf Coast. It has additional connections to Mexico.
Whitewater/MPLX’s Agua Blanca Expansion Project, which entered service in late January, connects to nearly 20 natural gas processing sites in the Delaware Basin.
It transports an additional 1.8 Bcf/d of natural gas to the Waha Hub in West Texas.
The project will also connect with the Whistler Pipeline, which is scheduled to be completed in the third quarter of 2021 and is expected to move 2.0 Bcf/d of natural gas from the Permian Basin to the Texas Gulf Coast.

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