Tellurian Inc. unveiled plans on June 22 for a new pipeline in Louisiana for its Driftwood LNG project the company said is designed and routed to bypass what has become a “constrained, complex and expensive transportation pathway” around Lake Charles.

“This new and completed pipeline design provides definitive and measurable results for emissions reduction and is another step in Tellurian’s overall strategy to support and balance the world’s energy needs and environmental concerns,” commented President and CEO Octávio Simões in a release from the company.

In the release, Tellurian said Driftwood Pipeline LLC, a subsidiary of the Houston-based LNG developer, had submitted a formal application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to construct and operate Line 200 and 300, an approximately 37-mile, dual 42-inch diameter interstate pipeline that will originate near Ragley in Beauregard Parish and end near Carlyss in Calcasieu Parish in Louisiana.

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