Not to be mistaken for a case of déjà vu, EnLink is once again extending the open season for the ORV Condensate Pipeline.
The EnLink Midstream companies, EnLink Midstream Partners LP and EnLink Midstream LLC announced that the binding open season period to solicit volume commitments for interstate common carrier transportation service on the proposed condensate pipeline system will now end April 15. It was previously scheduled to end Feb. 27.
This is the second time the open season deadline for the ORV Condensate Pipeline has been extended. In January, EnLink Midstream president and CEO Barry Davis announced the project had received “significant producer interest.”
“We are extending the open season to allow us more time to work with interested shippers and address their requests for service on this system,” Davis said at the time. This announcement came with no such declarations.
The ORV Condensate Pipeline will transport condensate throughout Ohio, from points in Harrison, Belmont, Guernsey, Noble, Monroe and Washington counties to Bells Run Station in Washington County and Black Run Station in Muskingum County. If Ohio River Valley Pipeline LLC elects to construct any extensions of its system, the pipeline could transport condensate to one or more connecting facilities in Holmes, Coshocton and Harrison County. The design capacity of the ORV Condensate Pipeline will be dependent upon the level of interest shown by potential committed shippers during the open season.Tags: EnLink Midstream, Ohio River Valley Pipeline, ORV Condensate Pipeline