Permian Basin Natural Gas Pipeline Matterhorn Express Reaches FID

“Matterhorn will provide premium market access with superior flexibility for Permian Basin shippers while playing a critical role in minimizing flared volumes,” WhiteWater CEO Christer Rundlof said in a release.

Hart Energy Staff

The Matterhorn Express Pipeline is set to move forward with construction following a final investment decision (FID) on the new natural gas pipeline in the Permian Basin recently announced by developer WhiteWater.

“Matterhorn will provide premium market access with superior flexibility for Permian Basin shippers while playing a critical role in minimizing flared volumes,” WhiteWater CEO Christer Rundlof said in a company release on May 19.

An approximately 490-mile, 42-inch intrastate pipeline, the Matterhorn Express Pipeline has been designed to transport up to 2.5 Bcf/d of natural gas from Waha, Texas, in the Permian Basin to the Katy area outside Houston. Matterhorn Express is a joint venture (JV) with WhiteWater, EnLink  Midstream LLC, Devon Energy Corp. and MPLX LP.

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