Kinder Morgan Gets Green Light from FERC for UMTP Project

October 10, 2017

INDUSTRY NEWS (Houston, TX) – Kinder Morgan one of the largest energy infrastructure companies in North America, has received green signal from Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) for its Utica Marcellus Texas Project. The project cost is estimated at $412 million.

The project involves alteration of 964-mile of natural gas pipeline to transfer natural gas liquids from the northeast United States to Texas. The NGL system having a capacity of 430,000 barrel per day is expected to use infrastructure on the company’s Tennessee Gas pipeline system. Construction of 200 miles of new pipeline is a part of the project. The pipeline would be linked to a header system that will be accessible to storage sites near Mont Belvieu.

Kinder Morgan expects the project to be commissioned in fourth-quarter 2018.


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