As initial site prep begins on the $15.2 billion Driftwood LNG export complex, Houston-based Tellurian also is juggling several proposed pipelines that will round out its massive $25.2 billion Driftwood project. The company recently announced to landowners from Texas to La., that it will build the 626-mile Permian Global Access Pipeline (PGAP), which will courier 2 BCFD from the Waha Hub to Gillis, north of Lake Charles. Construction is expected to begin in early 2021 with service commencing in 2023.
Tellurian Inc. is a natural gas company headquartered in Houston, Texas U.S.A. It was founded in 2016 by Charif Souki and Martin Houston and is led by President and CEO Meg Gentle.
PGAP joins Tellurian’s proposed 200-mile Haynesville Global Access Pipeline and the 96-mile Driftwood Pipeline. The Haynesville line will source 2 BCFD of natural gas from the Haynesville/Bossier Shale area and transport to the same interstate pipeline connections north of Lake Charles. The Driftwood will extend from Gillis to Tellurian’s LNG facility and will offer an initial capacity of 4 BCFD.
The Driftwood LNG terminal is scheduled to begin producing LNG in 2023. Tellurian in September announced it had signed a $7.5 billion pact with India-based Petronet to supply up to 5 MTA of LNG.
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