Steady Eddy Pipeline
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Steady Eddy Pipeline is a gas pipeline in the United States.
The pipeline will run from Eddy County to at least one delivery point in Culberson County.
- Owner: WhiteWater Midstream
- Proposed capacity: 500,000 million British thermal unit per day
- Length: 23 miles / 37 kilometers
- Status: Proposed
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In January 2019, WhiteWater Midstream, LLC launched a binding open season for its proposed Steady Eddy natural gas pipeline in the Permian Basin. The 23-mile intrastate project would entail constructing a 24-inch diameter gas pipeline and metering stations from near Loving in Eddy County, N.M., to northern Culberson County, Texas, according to WWM’s open season notice.
It will have a 500,000 million British thermal unit per day-capacity, and will link to multiple receipt points in Eddy County and at least one delivery point in Culberson County. Potential delivery points include: El Paso Natural Gas – Line 1100, Red Bluff Express Pipeline, Agua Blanca Pipeline.
Articles and resources
- Permian Pipeline Open Season Kicks Off Rigzone, January 10, 2019