FERC staff expects a late September release for itsenvironmental review of TennesseeGas Pipeline Co.'s SouthwestLouisiana Supply natural gas project to deliver 295,000 Dth/d toCameron LNG.
In a July 7 notice, the commission said the staff plans toissue the environmental assessment Sept. 29. Cooperating federal agencies wouldthen have until Dec. 28 to complete their own work on the project review.
The Southwest Louisiana Supply project would costapproximately $170 million.
In its Oct. 26, 2015, application, Tennessee Gas, aKinder Morgan Inc.subsidiary, said the project would include construction of a 2.4-mile, 30-inch diameterpipeline lateral in Madison Parish, La., and a 1.4-mile, 30-inch diameterpipeline lateral in Lousiana's Richland and Franklin parishes.
Other facilities that would be constructed include fivemeter stations and one compressor station in Franklin Parish. A gas turbineengine at a compressor station in Rapides Parish, La., would be replaced. Themeter stations would allow Tennessee Gas to receive natural gas on its 800 Linefrom five interconnected pipelines.
The entirety of the capacity from the Southwest LouisianaSupply project would serve project shippers Mitsubishi Corp. and MMGS Inc. withincremental capacity. The project shippers have also signed on with the CameronLNG LLC liquefaction and export facility. (CP16-12)