Texas LNG, Enbridge sign deal to expand Valley Crossing Pipeline

Texas LNG, Enbridge sign deal to expand Valley Crossing Pipeline

21 Jan 2022

Texas LNG, a subsidiary of Glenfarne Group, has entered into a pipeline transportation precedent agreement with Enbridge to expand the Valley Crossing Pipeline in the US.

The VCP includes a 257.4km pipeline from Agua Dulce, a major Texas gas hub, to the Port of Brownsville.

Under the agreement, the project will be expanded to deliver approximately 720MMcf of gas per day to Texas LNG’s export facility for up to 20 years.

To extend the pipeline to Texas LNG’s facility, a 16km lateral pipeline will be constructed and new compression facilities will be added to the current pipeline.

Texas LNG is building an LNG export terminal, with a capacity of four million tonnes per annum (MTPA), in the Port of Brownsville, South Texas.

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