Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Kinder Morgan, Energy Transfer get FERC OK to expand Midcontinent Express

WASHINGTON - Kinder Morgan Energy Partners LP and Energy Transfer Partners LP have won U.S. approval to expand capacity on their 507-mile Midcontinent Express natural gas pipeline.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission announced the decision at an open meeting on Sept. 17 in Washington.
The Midcontinent Express is a joint venture of Kinder Morgan, based in Houston, and Energy Transfer, based in Dallas. The pipeline brings gas from southeast Oklahoma, across Texas and into Alabama.
“The project will provide access to new, growing sources of natural gas supplies with minimal adverse impacts,” according to a summary of the decision provided by the commission.

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