Howard Energy proposes gas pipeline linking S. Texas to Mexico

Howard Midstream Energy Partners LLC plans to develop a 200-mile, 30-in. OD natural gas pipeline connecting its existing Webb County Hub in South Texas to Escobedo, Nuevo Leon, Mexico, and the Mexican National Pipeline System in Monterrey.

The Nueva Era pipeline will be developed in conjunction with Howard Energy’s Mexican partner and provide transportation service for as much as 600 MMcfd of gas, connecting Eagle Ford shale producers in South Texas directly with Mexico. It’s expected to be in-service July 2017.

The company is accepting nonbinding indications of interest for hub and transportation services on the Nueva Era system until July 17.

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