Williams lets contract for Texas Gulf Coast olefins, NGL pipeline

Williams, Tulsa, has let a contract to Wood Group Mustang for the survey, engineering, design, and program management of its Purity Pipeline projects, encompassing the conversion and construction of more than 300 miles of NGL and olefins pipelines along the Texas Gulf Coast. Mustang expects the projects to be complete third-quarter 2014.

Williams Partners LP last year bought Williams Cos. Inc.’s 83% undivided ownership interest in its Geismar, La., olefins plant. The transaction included 325 miles of pipeline inside Louisiana, between Port Arthur, Tex., and Lake Charles, La., and along the Houston Ship Channel (OGJ Online, Nov. 5, 2012).

Williams Partners, established in 2005, holds Williams’ natural gas pipeline assets.

Contact Christopher E. Smith at chriss@ogjonline.com.

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