Meritage mulls Powder River basin NGL line

A subsidiary of Meritage Midstream Services II LLC, Golden, Colo., has begun a binding open season for a common-carrier pipeline to transport unfractionated natural gas liquids from plants in the Powder River basin.

A subsidiary of Meritage Midstream Services II LLC, Golden, Colo., has begun a binding open season for a common-carrier pipeline to transport unfractionated natural gas liquids from plants in the Powder River basin.

The 196-mile, 10-in. Thunder Creek NGL Pipeline would connect with the Overland Pass Pipeline near the Colorado-Wyoming border and the Front Range NGL Pipeline near Lucerne, Colo. Design capacity is 40,000 b/d.

Thunder Creek NGL Pipeline LLC will close the open season at 5 p.m. Mountain Time on Nov. 29. It plans to start operations beginning in the second quarter of 2015.

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