Power Switch Cleared to Begin Service on Gulf Run Pipeline in Louisiana 


Federal regulators have cleared Power Switch LP (ET) to begin service on the 1.65 Bcf/d Gulf Run pure fuel pipeline system in Louisiana, opening a path to fulfill rising demand alongside the Gulf Coast and in worldwide markets. 


The mission is underpinned by a 1.1 Bcf/d dedication from anchor shipper Golden Go LNG, which is below development on the Texas coast. FERC, which approved the mission final yr, authorised ET’s request to begin service.  

The 42-inch, 135-mile system will obtain pure fuel from ET’s intrastate and interstate pipeline community, together with manufacturing from the Haynesville, Marcellus, Utica and Barnett shales and the Permian Basin. Gulf Run consists of two zones, one connecting the Carthage Hub to the Perryville markets, and one other that extends south to attach with Golden Go and ET’s Trunkline system. 

The Zone 1 phase has bi-directional move capabilities, permitting it to ship vital volumes to Perryville in addition to Golden Go and the Trunkline system.

The Golden Go liquefied pure fuel terminal stays on observe to begin manufacturing in 2024, when the primary of three liquefaction trains is anticipated to begin ramping up. It’s scheduled to enter full service someday round 2025. The mission is a three way partnership of QatarEnergy and ExxonMobil. 

Together with Enterprise World LNG Inc.’s Plaquemines LNG export mission, which was sanctioned this yr and is anticipated to come back on-line in 2025, Golden Go would increase peak U.S. export capability to greater than 18 Bcf/d from present peak capability of about 14 Bcf/d.

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