Bahia Pipeline Project
What is the Bahia Pipeline Project?
Bahia NGL pipeline is a 630-mile pipeline with the capacity to transport up to 600,000 BPD of NGLs originating from the Delaware and Midland basins to Enterprise’s fractionation complex in Chambers County. The pipeline will consist of a 24-inch diameter segment from the Delaware Basin where it will connect to a 30-inch diameter segment from the Midland Basin (Reeves County) to Chambers County. This pipeline, which is currently expected to be wholly owned by Enterprise, is projected to begin service in the first half of 2025.
It is unclear when construction will begin, but installation and operation of the Bahia Pipeline project will impact hundreds of landowners in the following counties: Chambers, Falls, Grimes, Milam, Reeves, and Walker County.
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Bahia Pipeline Project Update
Business Insider published a summary of expansion projects being undertaken by Enterprise Products Partners L.P., and the Bahia Pipeline Project was among them. The article projects that the pipeline will be completed in the first half of 2025.
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