Permico Energia Announces Three New Projects in Texas

August 10, 2017

INDUSTRY NEWS (Houston, TX) Permico Energia plans to build a 510 mile (821km) pipeline from the Permian basin in west Texas to a new fractionator it will build near Corpus Christi, according to information obtained on Friday.

The pipeline, called Companero, will have an initial capacity of 300,000 bbl/day of natural gas liquids (NGLs), said Permico, a US-based midstream company.

The fractionator, called El Centro, will have a capacity of 300,000 bbl/day, Permico said.

Another pipeline will lead from the new fractionator and terminate at the US NGL hub in Mont Belvieu, Texas, Permico said. It will have a length of 230 miles, have a capacity of 250,000 bbl/day and have ethane and propane service.

The fractionator will have yet another pipeline, called Markham, that will have a length of 116 miles, have a capacity of 175,000 bbl/day and have ethane, propane and y-grade service, Permico said. This pipeline will terminate at the Markham storage facility.

Construction will start in the second quarter of 2018, and operations should start in the fourth quarter of 2020, the company said.


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