Group slates gas pipeline system in central gulf

Proposed Gulf of Mexico Gas System [29757 bytes] Three U.S. companies have proposed a $220 million offshore pipeline system to gather and transport gas produced in key growth areas of the Central Gulf of Mexico. If all goes as planned, units of Marathon Oil Co., Shell Oil Co., and DeepTech International Inc., Houston, expect to place the new gas system in service in third quarter 1997. The project consists of two main components: a new interstate gas pipeline to shore and expansion of an existing gas gathering system linking several fields. The Nautilus interstate project calls for a 30 in. offshore line extending 87 miles from Ship Shoal Block 207 to gas processing plants in ...

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