Permian 2 Katy Pipeline (P2K)

Sempra LNG & Midstream and Boardwalk Pipeline Partners, LP are jointly developing the Permian 2 Katy Pipeline (P2K). The proposed pipeline will connect the Permian Basin to the Texas Gulf Coast and Mexico. The pipelines will harvest natural gas from the Waha Oil Fields near Pecos in Reeves and Ward counties. One of the terminal points will be southeast of Katy, while the other terminus will travel south of Rosenberg to the Houston Ship Channel. The project lists the potential benefit of shipping the exports to Mexico or beyond, given the demand for natural gas supplies. The pipeline will be 42-inches and 36-inches in diameter

In April 2018, the pipeline received its initial permit issued from the Railroad Commission of Texas. The permit lists the following counties that will be impacted by this pipeline: Austin, Burnet, Crane, Irion, Lee, McCulloch, Menard, Pecos, Reagan, Reeves, San Saba, Schleicher, Upton, Waller, Washington, Wharton, and Williamson. The pipeline is projected to be up and running by 2020, Quarter 3.

3 thoughts on “Permian 2 Katy Pipeline (P2K)

  1. Enterprise Product Partners, L.P. Sent out letters March 18, 2019 regarding The M2E3 Project. They attached a Survey Access form requesting “Access and License” to enter, survey and conduct environmental walk throughs . I requested more information and they did send me a map of a preliminary alignment. I called again and they told me it was going to be a 50′ easement and another 50′ construction easement and they said it would be a crude oil line. I have asked them “How many pipelines can they put in 50′ easement. They responded that they do not know. I need to determine how this would impact future valves of my property. I also need to determine when they will enter my property and when will they leave. I need to turn off my security devices. My property is just north of the community of Mahomet at 9942 East FM 243, Bertram, Texas.
    Are there any unwritten obligations in The Survey Access Form?

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