Source: Regency Energy Partners
Regency Energy Partners LP (Nasdaq: RGNC) completed the Phase I and Phase II expansions of its Logansport Gathering System located in the Haynesville Shale in north Louisiana. The Logansport expansions, which add an incremental 485 MMcf/d of gathering capacity to Regency's existing system, went into service on August 3, 2010.
"The Logansport Expansions provide producers in DeSoto Parish, Louisiana and Shelby County, Texas, with additional takeaway options for the rapidly-growing production around the Haynesville Shale," said Byron Kelley, president and chief executive officer of Regency. "The Logansport Expansions, which were completed under budget, are expected to contribute fee-based cash flows to our business and further strengthen Regency's position in the Haynesville Shale."
The Logansport Expansions increase the total gathering capacity of the Logansport Gathering System to approximately 710 MMcf/d by adding approximately 28 miles of gathering pipeline, ranging from 10 to 24 inches in diameter. The Logansport Expansions also included the construction of a 300 MMcf/d amine treating plant, as well as compression and dehydration facilities.
In addition, the Logansport Expansions will add approximately 435 MMcf/d of incremental interconnect delivery capacity to Regency's existing system and will deliver gas gathered by the Logansport Gathering System to a 300 MMcf/d interconnect with CenterPoint Energy Gas Transmission's Line CP.