SNG COMPLETES DEEPEST UNDERWATER PIPELAY IN GULF OF MEXICO

08/24/1992
Gary B. Vogt Project Consulting Services Inc. Metairie, La. Lee D. Walker Southern Natural Gas Co. Birmingham, Ala. W.F. Lammert OPI International Houston Gas began flowing this spring in the deepest underwater, large-diameter pipeline in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico. Southern Natural Gas (SNG) Co., Birmingham, completed installation of the 60-mile, 20-in. line from Exxon Co. U.S.A.'s Alabaster platform in Mississippi Canyon Block 397 offshore Louisiana to a shore interconnect near Venice, La. Water depth along the route of the pipeline varies from approximately 460 ft at the Alabaster platform, increasing to the rec...
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