Energy Transfer LP has announced that its subsidiary, Lone Star NGL LLC, will construct a seventh NGL fractionation facility at Mont Belvieu, Texas, US.
Fractionator VII is scheduled to be operational in 1Q20. The 150 000 bpd fractionator is fully subscribed by multiple long-term contracts and will provide the capacity required to supplement incremental fractionation demand in excess of volumes feeding Fractionators I through VI.
Lone Star’s Fractionator V, which was placed in service in July 2018, is fully contracted with long-term commitments and is operating at full capacity. Lone Star’s Fractionator VI is currently under construction and is now expected to be in service during 1Q19, ahead of schedule. Fractionator VI is also fully contracted with long-term commitments and will have a capacity of 150 000 bpd. With the completion of Fractionators VI and VII, Lone Star will be capable of fractionating over 900 000 bpd at Mont Belvieu, supported by long-term fee-based agreements.
In addition, Lone Star announced that it will expand the Lone Star Express Pipeline by adding a new 352-mile, 24-in. pipeline extending from Lone Star’s pipeline system near Wink, Texas to Lone Star Express’ 30-in. pipeline south of Fort Worth, Texas.
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/gas-processing/08112018/energy-transfer-to-construct-seventh-ngl-fractionation-facility/
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