Regency Energy to expand processing in northeastern Louisiana

Regency Energy Partners LP, Dallas, expand its processing capacity near Dubach in Lincoln Parish, La., to 210 MMcfd by adding an incremental 70 MMcfd of cryogenic capacity and 20 MMcfd of Joule-Thomson capacity (OGJ, May 7, 2012, p. 88; May 7, 2012, p. 104).

Regency Energy Partners LP, Dallas, expand its processing capacity near Dubach in Lincoln Parish, La., to 210 MMcfd by adding an incremental 70 MMcfd of cryogenic capacity and 20 MMcfd of Joule-Thomson capacity (OGJ, May 7, 2012, p. 88; May 7, 2012, p. 104).

The $75 million Dubach expansion also will include construction of high-pressure gathering lines to bring production to the plant. The project, to come online in second-quarter 2013, is backed by fee-based contracts and an acreage dedication, Regency Energy said.

“We have seen volumes at our Dubach facility continue to grow throughout the first half of 2012 due to increased drilling around our facilities,” said Jim Holotik, Regency’s chief commercial officer. “This expansion will allow us to…provide more efficient liquids.”

Regency Energy Partners’ general partner is owned by Energy Transfer Equity LP.

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