gulf crossing pipeline PROJECT

 

In 2009, Gulf Crossing Pipeline Company LLC completed construction and placed in service the majority of the assets associated with the Gulf Crossing Project, which consists of approximately 357 miles of 42-inch pipeline that begins near Sherman, Texas and proceeds to the Perryville, Louisiana area.  The initial compression was placed in service during February 2009, providing Gulf Crossing with a peak-day transmission capacity of 1.3 Bcf per day.  The peak-day transmission capacity increased to 1.7 Bcf per day following the construction of the Mira Compressor Station Project which was placed in service on March 12, 2010.  Customers have contracted at fixed rates for all of the operational capacity of this pipeline, with such contracts having a weighted average term of approximately 9.5 years.

 

 

Key Facts:

 

 

Capacity

1.7 Bcf/d Peak-day Transmission Capacity 

In-Service

1Q 2009 

Description 

357 miles of 42" pipe

 

Supply Source

Barnett Shale and Caney/Woodford Shales

End Markets

 

- Midwest via Perryville Hub*

- Northeast via Transco and Texas Eastern

- Southeast and Florida via Transco, Destin, Florida Gas and Gulfstream

- Henry Hub via Gulf South and Texas Gas

 

Key Shippers

 

- Crosstex Gulf Coast Marketing, Ltd.

- Devon Gas Services, LP

- Enterprise Gas Marketing, LP

 

 

*The Perryville Hub has interconnects to Columbia Gulf and Texas Gas