More than 20 billion ft3/d of natural gas pipeline capacity under the jurisdiction of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission or the Railroad Commission of Texas is under construction, partly completed, or approved to deliver natural gas to five US LNG export terminals that are under construction, according to the EIA's Natural Gas Pipeline Project Tracker.
Each LNG terminal – Golden Pass, Plaquemines, Corpus Christi Stage III, Rio Grande, and Port Arthur – has one or more pipelines being developed to facilitate delivery of natural gas to the terminal for liquefaction and export.
About 12.2 billion ft3/d of pipeline capacity is currently under construction.
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