As previously reported, constraints on our energy infrastructure across Texas and other parts of the country is preventing energy consumers from seeing lower-cost energy and stopping the creation of thousands of construction jobs. Pipelines, like the two that have been proposed, are necessary to expand our energy delivery infrastructure and provide relief to families and small businesses across the state.
Spanning some 650 miles, the Wink-to-Webster Pipeline is a 36-inch-diameter pipeline, which analysts previously said carried a $2 billion price tag. Plains will lead the construction of the project and has already begun pre-construction activities. If approved by regulators, the pipeline could be in service by the first half of 2021.
Read more – The Houston Chronicle