Texas Pipeline Reversals Needed to Get M-U Gas to Gulf Coast

reversalWe’ve written about various pipelines either planned or under construction that will, by joining with other pipelines, haul Marcellus/Utica natural gas (and/or natural gas liquids) all the way to the Gulf Coast. However, the pipes hauling our gas to the Louisiana/Texas borders are one thing. But then the gas has to go the final leg of the journey through Texas (or Louisiana) to the Gulf Coast area where it gets used in petrochemical plants, like crackers or liquefied and exported as LNG. A recent RBN Energy blog post points out the big pipes hauling our gas to Texas and Louisiana are, in many ways, the easier projects to build. Getting it “the last mile of the way” to the Gulf Coast is the more difficult task. It involves reversing pipelines and tieing systems together. Here are six projects in the works to accomplish the mission of getting our gas all the way to the Gulf Coast…

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