Contractor Completes 42-Inch Bore To Connect LNG Terminal, Pipelines

May 2009
Pipeline & Gas Journal;May2009, Vol. 236 Issue 5, p23
Trade Publication
The article reports on the installation of a new pipeline from Sempra liquefied natural gas' (LNG) new Cameron LNG receipt terminal to existing interstate pipelines north of the facility. It mentions that the construction of the pipeline was awarded to the pipeline division of Henkels & McCoy Inc. Moreover, it notes that the original plan called for both the Salt Ditch Canal and the Intracoastal Waterway crossings to be staged from an island accessible only by boat.


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