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Brief Description

  • The Double Eagle Pipeline LLC, will construct and own approximately 140 miles of new pipeline to connect an existing 50-mile pipeline segment owned by Copano to Karnes, Live Oak, McMullen and LaSalle Counties of Texas, enabling delivery of condensate to Magellan’s terminal in Corpus Christi. The initial capacity of the pipeline will be 100,000 barrels per day. Double Eagle also will construct a new truck unloading facility along the pipeline near Three Rivers, Texas for deliveries of condensate destined for Corpus Christi.

Pipeline Status

  • Planned
  • The expected cost of the new joint venture facilities is approximately $150 million
  • The companies expect to provide limited services by the end of 2012, with full service available beginning in the first quarter of 2013
  • In connection with the joint venture, Copano will convert its existing 50-mile pipeline from natural gas to condensate service, and Magellan will make enhancements to its Corpus Christi terminal, including the construction of 500,000 barrels of new dedicated condensate storage and a new dedicated dock delivery pipeline


  • 2011 - Formation of the project joint venture announced

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