Delaware Link Gas Pipeline
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Delaware Link Gas Pipeline is a proposed natural gas pipeline in Texas, USA.
The pipeline runs from EagleClaw’s East Toyah, Pecos, and Pecos Bend natural gas processing complexes in Reeves County, Texas, USA.
- Owner: EagleClaw Midstream
- Capacity: 1,200 million cubic feet per day
- Length: 64.4 kilometers / 40 miles
- Diameter: 30-inches
- Status: Proposed
- Start Year:
In April 2019, EagleClaw Midstream made a final investment decision to proceed with pipeline construction, designed to transport residue natural gas from the Delaware Basin in West Texas to the Waha hub. The Delaware Link Pipeline will originate at EagleClaw's three processing complexes. The 40-mile, 30-inch Delaware Link will originate at EagleClaw’s East Toyah, Pecos, and Pecos Bend natural gas processing complexes in Reeves County and will have transportation capacity of at least 1.2 Bcf/d.
Articles and resources
- EagleClaw Midstream to Proceed with Delaware Link Pipeline, Pipeline & Gas Online, April 3, 2019