Tri-States NGL pipeline ownership and operating terms cleared

Jan 22, 1999 01:00 AM

Six major energy companies have finalised an agreement on the ownership and operating terms of Tri-States NGL Pipeline, L.L.C.
The joint venture members include a subsidiary of Amoco Pipeline, Enterprise Products Operating L.P., Koch Pipeline Southeast, a group led by Duke Energy Field Services, Tejas Natural Gas Liquids, LLC, and a unit of Williams.

The 168 mile common-carrier pipeline will deliver natural gas liquids from three gas processing plants in Alabama and Mississippi to fractionators in Louisiana.
Construction of the line, led by Koch, began in summer 1998 and is nearing completion. New construction accounted for 121 miles of the project, with the remainder coming from an existing pipeline.
Tri-States Pipeline is expected to go into service in February and will be operated by Williams.

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