Kinder Morgan Seeking FERC Approval for $151 Million Sabine Pass Expansion

Argus Media, December 20, 2016

Kinder Morgan is seeking approval from the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) for a $151 million expansion of its Sabine Pass LNG facility and associated pipeline network. The expansion would allow Sabine Pass to receive gas from the Columbia Gulf Transmission, ANR and Texas Gas interstate pipeline systems, as well as from the Pine Prairie salt-cavern gas storage facility in Evangeline parish, Louisiana. The project would include compression and associated infrastructure to add bidirectional flow, as well as a small lateral to connect the KMLP to the Sabine Pass export facility.

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