Greenfield Permian-to-Louisiana natural gas pipeline targets 2028 start


The developer of a 2 million cubic foot per day interstate pipeline project to transport “liquids-rich” Permian natural gas to the Louisiana Gulf Coast has requested to initiate the prefiling review process with the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and is targeting a 2028 in-service date, reports SPG Global.

DeLa Express is an affiliate of private energy infrastructure firm Moss Lake Partners. The 42-inch, 690-mile pipeline would begin in the Delaware Basin at Loving County, Texas, and supply “markets on the US Gulf Coast from Port Arthur, Texas, to Cameron Parish, Louisiana, including growing demand from liquified natural gas export facilities as well as Moss Lake’s affiliated natural gas liquids export project, Hackberry NGL,” it said April 2 in the prefiling request (PF24-4). It would terminate near Moss Bluff in Calcasieu Parish. Read more.