DALLAS—Energy Transfer LP Feb. 28 announced that its subsidiary, Bayou Bridge Pipeline LLC, launched a binding supplemental open season to solicit additional shipper commitments for transportation service from Nederland, Texas to Lake Charles, La., through the Bayou Bridge Pipeline System.
Bayou Bridge anticipates that incremental capacity on the Bayou Bridge Pipeline System will be determined based on committed subscriptions made by shippers during the open season.
The Open Season commenced at 12 p.m. (Central Time) on Feb. 28.
Bona fide potential shippers who desire to receive copies of the open season documents are required to execute a confidentiality agreement and may direct their requests for a confidentiality agreement to the following e-mail address: dlBBPL@energytransfer.com
The Bayou Bridge Pipeline provides light and heavy crude oil service from multiple sources to Lake Charles and the St. James crude oil hub, which are both home to important refineries in the Gulf Coast region.
The 30-inch Nederland-to-Lake Charles segment went into service in April 2016, and the 24-inch Lake Charles-to St. James segment was completed in March 2019. The pipeline, owned 60% by Energy Transfer and 40% by Phillips 66 Partners, is operated by Energy Transfer.
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