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Whistler Pipeline capacity expansion

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World Pipelines,

WhiteWater has announced the expansion of the Whistler Pipeline’s mainline capacity through the planned installation of three new compressor stations. The new compressor stations will increase the pipeline’s mainline capacity from 2.0 billion ft3/d to approximately 2.5 billion ft3/d. The expansion is scheduled to be in service in September of 2023 and the expansion capacity will be offered at terms equivalent to initial shippers, including fuel retention.

The Whistler Pipeline is owned by a consortium including MPLX LP, WhiteWater, and a joint venture between Stonepeak and West Texas Gas, Inc..

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