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Targa Launches Open Season on Proposed NGL Interconnection

With more than 2,000 miles of NGLs pipelines, Houston-based Targa Resources now has its eye on building a new interconnection to link upstream pipeline facilities in the Anadarko Basin at Kingfisher, Okla., to the company’s fractionation facilities at the Mont Belvieu, Texas, NGL hub.

Targa has announced an open season from July 1-31 to gauge shipper interest on a proposed interconnection in Kingfisher where, following construction of a new 110-mile extension of the company’s Grand Prix NGL pipeline, will connect supplies to Williams’ Bluestem Pipeline. The Bluestem originates from Williams’ fractionator in Conway, Kan., and the terminus of Overland Pass Pipeline to Targa’s Grand Prix. Commercial service on the 188-mile Bluestem and the Grand Prix extension is expected in 1Q 2021.

Excelerate Adds 10th LNG Tanker to FSRU Fleet

While the nation’s LNG industry has largely fixated on the development of multi-billion-dollar export terminals that takes years to construct, Excelerate Energy has taken a whole different direction. And by “whole different,” we mean a complete 180-degree turn that’s put this company on the global map.

 Headquartered in The Woodlands, Texas, Excelerate puts its money on imports, converting LNG to natural gas aboard its fleet of floating storage regasification units (FSRUs). From the offshore vessel, gas flows to shore by way of an underwater pipeline where it’s distributed to power plants and homes. Excelerate owns import LNG terminals from Boston to Bangladesh and has secured the title of operating the largest fleet of FSRUs in the world, in addition to pioneering ship-to-ship transfer of LNG. Excelerate now has added a 10th FSRU to its fleet—the Excelerate Sequoia—which can store 173,400 cubic meters of LNG and act as an offshore import terminal to deliver natural gas to communities and nations near and far.

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