3 Companies Plan Natural Gas Pipelines Into Texas
NEW YORK (AP) – Three energy companies have announced plans to build a pipeline that would transport natural gas from Colorado to the Texas Panhandle.
Enterprise Products Partners L.P., Anadarko Petroleum Corp. and DCP Midstream LLC on Thursday said each will hold a one-third interest in the Front Range Pipeline.
The line is expected to run 435 miles from the Denver-Julesburg Basin in Weld County, Colorado to Skellytown, Texas.
The companies didn’t say how much the pipeline would cost. The natural gas will be transported in liquid form.
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