Permian – Katy “P2K” Natural Gas Pipeline
The proposed Permian-Katy “P2K” natural gas pipeline will connect abundant natural gas supplies from the Permian Basin to large, diversified and growing markets on the Texas Gulf Coast and Mexico.
- Location: Texas
- Capacity: 1.7 to 2.25 Bcfd
- Size: 520 miles, 42-inch and 36-inch diameter pipeline
- Proposed Commercial Operation: Q3 2020
Sempra LNG & Midstream and Boardwalk Pipeline Partners are jointly developing the proposed Permian-Katy “P2k” natural gas pipeline project.
The approximately 520-mile, 42-inch and 36-inch pipeline project is proposed to transport up to 2.25 billion cubic feet per day (Bcfd) of natural gas from Waha Hub Headers in the Permian Basin to Katy and the Houston Ship Channel. The Texas Gulf Coast is one of the largest, most diversified natural gas markets in the world and the P2K project will promote additional demand and liquidity by delivering incremental and abundant Permian natural gas supplies within easy reach of this dynamic market center.
- Provides access to increasing natural gas supplies to meet the growing demand of LNG export projects, power generation, petrochemical industry and pipeline exports to Mexico.
- Promotes additional liquidity at Katy with the introduction of the P2K Katy Hub
- Increases diversity of natural gas supplies at Katy and HSC markets
- Creates new design and engineering and construction jobs, as well as several long-term positions to operate and maintain the proposed facilities
- Provides opportunities for local providers of goods and services