Friday, January 22, 2010

Enbridge announces LaCrosse pipeline to serve Haynesville Shale

SHREVEPORT, La. - Another large pipeline project to move natural gas from the Haynesville Shale and East Texas wells is being proposed by Enbridge Energy, according to the Shreveport Times.
The 340-mile interstate natural gas pipeline would originate at the Enbridge Carthage Hub in Panola County, Texas, enter DeSoto Parish north of Logansport and slice southeast before entering Natchitoches Parish. It will ultimately connect with Southern Natural Gas Pipeline in Washington Parish.
Enbridge held pen houses on Jan. 19 in Logansport and Jan. 20 in Natchitoches to provide information about the proposed 340-mile interstate pipeline.
The LaCrosse Pipeline will join a number of other major pipeline projects that have been announced since Haynesville Shale drilling exploded in northwest Louisiana and East Texas in the spring of 2008.

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