Kinder Morgan’s Eagle Ford Crude & Condensate Pipeline in Service

300,000 b/d pipeline ties directly into the Houston Ship Channel and the Gulf Coast refinery complex

Kinder Morgan’s Crude/Condensate (KMCC) pipeline from the Eagle Ford Shale to the Houston Ship Channel went in service last week. The $215 million pipeline has capacity of 300,000 b/d.

The pipeline’s construction included converting 113 miles of natural gas pipeline and 65 miles of new pipeline. The line is a direct tie from the Eagle Ford into the Gulf Coast refining complex.

KMCC will also connect the line to a future condensate processing facility planned by near Galena Park. The $200 million facility will have 50,000 b/d of initial capacity, expandable to 100,000 b/d.


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