Port Arthur Pipeline

Port Arthur LNG’s affiliate, Port Arthur Pipeline, is proposing new natural gas pipelines to safely and reliably deliver abundant U.S. natural gas supplies to the new liquefaction project.

The proposed pipelines would connect to over 17 billion cubic feet per day (Bcfd) of pipeline capacity providing the project flexibility and access to a number of major supply basins.

Additionally, the construction of the proposed pipelines would create jobs
and support the local economy.

Texas Connector

Location: Jefferson and Orange Counties, TX and Cameron Parish, LA

Capacity: 2.0 Bcfd

Size: 34.2 miles, 42-inch diameter pipeline

Status: Received authorization from FERC in April 2019

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Louisiana Connector

Location: Calcasieu, Beauregard, Allen, Evangeline, Cameron and St. Landry Parishes, LA and Jefferson and Orange Counties, TX.

Capacity: 2.0 Bcfd

Size: 72 miles, 42-inch diameter pipeline

Status: Received authorization from FERC in April 2019

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Pipeline Safety

Safety is our top priority, and that extends to the operation of underground natural gas pipelines.

Need to dig? For your safety, the law requires you call 811 first.

Pipelines may be located anywhere–under streets, sidewalks or even your own yard. That’s why it is important to know where they are buried before digging for any reason. Whether it’s for planting trees, installing fences, grading for development or tilling farmland. To ensure your safety and help prevent costly damage, call 811 at least two business days before you start digging to coordinate all underground local utilities to mark the location of buried lines free of charge. Once all lines are marked, carefully use only hand tools to dig within 24 inches of marked lines.

A leaking pipeline, now what?

  • Turn off and abandon any nearby motorized equipment.
  • Quickly leave the area.
  • Warn others to stay away.
  • From a safe place, call the pipeline operator and your local fire or police department.

What not to do

  • Do not use open flames or anything that may spark ignition of the gas leak (telephones, flashlights, motor vehicles, etc.).
  • Do not attempt to operate the pipeline valves.

Safety First

Leaks or ruptures could harm people or property. To prevent incidents, pipeline safety tasks, including patrolling, inspecting, testing and repairing pipelines are performed routinely. We meet or exceed all federal and state requirements for pipeline operations and maintenance, including ongoing technical training and testing of employees. Our goal is to identify and resolve potential problems before a major problem occurs.

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