Texas Eastern Transmission, LP
Federal Energy Regulatory
Docket No. CP19-512-000
Notice is hereby given that on September 26, 2019, Texas Eastern Transmission, LP (“Texas Eastern”) filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Com¬mission (“FERC”) an Abbreviated Application for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity and for Related Authorizations for its proposed Cameron Extension Project.
Texas Eastern’s transmission system extends from Texas, Louisiana and the offshore Gulf of Mexico area, through the states of Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas, Missouri, Tennessee, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York, to its principal terminus in the New York City metropolitan area. The Application seeks FERC’s approval for Texas Eastern to construct, own and operate Cameron Extension Project facilities including: (i) a new greenfield compressor station in Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana, comprised of one 30,000 ISO horsepower compressor unit and related facilities; (ii) a new delivery metering and regulating (“M&R”) station and related facilities, including approximately 0.2 miles of 30-inch diameter interconnecting piping, in Cameron Parish, Louisiana at a new interconnect with TransCameron Pipeline, LLC’s East Lateral; (iii) a new receipt M&R station and related facilities in Beauregard Parish, Louisiana at a new interconnect with Momentum Midstream, LLC’s proposed natural gas gathering pipeline; (iv) a new bi-directional M&R station and related facilities in Jefferson Davis Parish, Louisiana at a new interconnect with Trunkline Gas Company, LLC’s natural gas pipeline; (v) equipment and other appurtenances at the Gillis Compressor Station in Beauregard Parish, Louisiana; (vi) modifications to existing launcher and receiver facilities, as well as new bypass facilities at existing sites along Texas Eastern’s Line 41 in Cameron, Beauregard and Jefferson Davis Parishes, Louisiana; and (vii) other related auxiliary facilities and appurtenances. Texas Eastern is also seeking approval to establish and charge initial incremental recourse reservation and usage rates and an incremental fuel percentage for firm service on the Project.
Notice of the Application will be mailed to affected landowners and municipal, state, and federal governments and agencies involved in the Project. A copy of the Application and related resource reports are on file in the following public libraries and/or municipal and county offices.
Cameron Parish Library, 512 Marshall St., Cameron, LA 70631
Calcasieu Parish Public Library, 301 W. Claude St., Lake Charles, LA 70605
Calcasieu Parish Public Library System, 107 E 1st St., Iowa, LA 70647
Moss Bluff Branch Library, 261 Parish Rd., Lake Charles, LA 70611
Beauregard Parish Library, 205 S. Washington St., DeRidder, LA 70634
For further information on becoming an intervenor in the FERC process and/or to obtain FERC’s pamphlet entitled “An Interstate Natural Gas Pipeline on My Land? What Do I Need to Know?” visit FERC’s website (www.ferc.gov) or contact FERC’s Office of External Affairs at (202) 502-6088 or Texas Eastern’s toll free number at 1-844-963-4448
For more information, please contact:
Brian Armitage
Sr. Advisor, ROW
5400 Westheimer Court
Houston, TX 77056
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