Gulf Run Pipeline

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Gulf Run Pipeline is a proposed gas pipeline in the United States.[1]


The pipeline will run from Northern Louisiana to the Gulf Coast, from Westdale to the Starks and Gillis areas.[1][2]

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Project Details

  • Owner: Enable Midstream Partners[1]
  • Proposed capacity: 1,650 million cubic feet per day[3]
  • Length: 134 miles / 215.7 kilometers[3]
  • Status: Proposed[3]
  • Start Year: 2023[3]


Enable Midstream Partners is proposing to build a new interstate natural gas transmission pipeline in Louisiana and modify its existing assets. The new, 170-mile pipeline would run from Westdale to the Starks and Gillis areas. The modifications to Line CP will enhance and repurpose some of Enable’s existing, underutilized infrastructure in northern Louisiana. The project represents at least a $500 million investment. As a direct connection from the Haynesville Shale to the Gulf Coast. The project initiated the Federal Energy Regulatory Committee (FERC) pre-filing review process in April 2019. Pending receipt of applicable permits and regulatory approvals, construction would begin by 2022. The anticipated completion date is 2022.[1]

In February 2020, Enable Midstream filed an amended application to build the pipeline with less capacity, after which FERC scaled back its planned review of the project from an environmental impact statement to an environmental assessment.[4]

Articles and resources


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Gulf Run Pipeline Gulf Run Pipeline, accessed June 27, 2019
  2. National Energy and Petrochemical Map , FracTracker, February 28, 2020
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Natural Gas Data, Pipeline Projects Energy Information Administration, accessed July 21, 2020
  4. FERC scales back Gulf Run, Line CP review in light of smaller project size, S&P Global Platts, Apr. 29, 2020

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