June 2010 Vol. 237 No. 6


New Trunkline Will Provide Eagle Ford Producers Access To Multiple Markets

Meritage Midstream Services has entered into agreement with Laredo Energy to build a 48-mile high pressure gas-gathering system in Webb County, TX to gather gas produced primarily from the Eagle Ford shale formation. The 16-inch trunkline is designed to provide Eagle Ford producers with access to multiple markets. Meritage is negotiating with several companies to provide pipeline interconnects including systems owned by DCP Midstream, Energy Transfer/Houston Pipeline Company, Kinder Morgan and Webb Duval. Heritage plans to expand the gathering system by adding numerous lateral pipelines to service nearby development and is contemplating accessing additional markets. Meritage Mid

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