The open season was extended to 5 p.m. Central Time on Feb. 27, to solicit volume commitments for interstate common carrier transportation service. The original close date was Jan. 15.
“We’ve received significant producer interest for the ORV Condensate pipeline,” said Barry E. Davis, EnLink Midstream president and CEO. “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. This project is a game changer for our Ohio River Valley business and enables us to build upon our existing asset platform to take advantage of the growth opportunities in the region.”
As previously announced, the ORV Condensate Pipeline will transport condensate from points in Harrison, Belmont, Guernsey, Noble, Monroe, and Washington Counties, Ohio to Bells Run Station in Washington County, Ohio, Black Run Station in Muskingum County, Ohio, and, if Ohio River Valley Pipeline, LLC elects to construct extension(s) of its system, to one or more connecting facilities in Holmes, Coshocton, and Harrison County, Ohio. 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.
A complete description and additional details regarding the ORV Condensate Pipeline, including a Notice of Open Season, are available by contacting Scott Walker at 214-721-9468 or firstname.lastname@example.org.Tags: EnLink Midstream, Ohio River Valley Pipeline, Open Season, ORV Condensate Pipeline