Tellurian Inc. subsidiary Permian Global Access Pipeline commenced a nonbinding open season to check shipper interest in a proposed $3.7 billion, 42-inch diameter natural gas pipeline with the capacity to transport 2 Bcf/d.
The pipeline, part of the company's proposed $7 billion Tellurian Pipeline Network project, would span about 625 miles and connect the Permian Basin to Southwest Louisiana. It would deliver gas from suppliers at or near the Waha hub in Pecos County, Texas.
The pipeline network would help move gas to Tellurian's proposed $15.2 billion Driftwood LNG LLC liquefaction and export terminal, designed to have LNG production capacity of 27.6 million tonnes per annum.
Tellurian expects construction on the pipeline to begin as early as 2021, according to a March 20 news release. If everything goes to plan, the pipeline would enter service as early as 2022. It is expected to have multiple receipt and delivery locations to connect to common gathering points and third-party pipelines.
The open season is scheduled to run from March 21 at 1:00 p.m. ET to May 25 at 5 p.m. ET.