Corpus Christi Pipeline

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Corpus Christi Pipeline is a natural gas pipeline in Texas, USA.[1]

Location

The pipeline will run from Sinton, Texas, USA to Corpus Christi, Texas, USA.[2]

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Project details

  • Owner: Cheniere Energy
  • Parent company: Cheniere Energy
  • Proposed capacity: 2,250 million cubic feet per day[3]
  • Length: 23 mi[3]
  • Diameter: 48 in[3]
  • Cost: US$500 million[3]
  • Status: Operating[4]
  • Start year: 2018[4]

Background

The pipeline was built to allow for the interconnection points with interstate and intrastate natural gas transmission pipelines in South Texas, including Tennessee Gas Pipeline, Southcross, Kinder Morgan Tejas Pipeline, and Transcontinental Gas Pipeline. The line terminates at Corpus Christi LNG Terminal.[1]

Expansion Projects

Stage III Pipeline

The pipeline will run from Sinton, Texas, USA to Corpus Christi, Texas, USA.[5] The expansion project will increase natural gas to Train 3 of the Corpus Christi LNG Terminal.[3] According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, as of 2020 the construction was partially complete, though as of October 2022 this was still the case.[6]

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  • Owner: Cheniere Energy
  • Parent company: Cheniere Energy
  • Capacity: 1,530 million cubic feet per day[3]
  • Length: 21 mi[3]
  • Diameter: 42 in[3]
  • Status: Construction[3][3]
  • Start year: 2022[3]
    • Originally 2021[3]

Articles and resources

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Ongoing Projects, Pipeline News, accessed October 2018
  2. National Energy and Petrochemical Map , FracTracker, February 28, 2020
  3. 3.00 3.01 3.02 3.03 3.04 3.05 3.06 3.07 3.08 3.09 3.10 3.11 Natural Gas Data, Pipeline Projects Energy Information Agency, July 21, 2020
  4. 4.0 4.1 Corpus Christi Pipeline, Cheniere Energy, accessed July 2020
  5. Stage 3 Project Environmental Assessment Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, March 2019
  6. U.S. natural gas pipeline projects, U.S. Energy Information Administration, April 29, 2021

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