Southeast Supply Header, LLC (SESH), a 50/50 joint venture between affiliates of Spectra Energy Corp and CenterPoint Energy, Inc., on Monday announced it is conducting a non-binding open season for a proposed expansion along its existing 274-mile pipeline system. The pipeline currently extends from CenterPoint Energy's Perryville Hub, near Delhi, La., to the Gulfstream Natural Gas System, LLC, interconnection near Coden, Ala.
"The SESH pipeline is strategically positioned to provide flexible and economic transportation solutions to meet the energy needs of the southeast U.S.," said David Shammo, Southeast Supply Header. "The SESH pipeline provides these markets with access to a diverse array of onshore supply basins and multiple interconnections with major north-south pipelines, and with high deliverability storage facilities. Through these interconnections, the SESH system provides enhanced supply flexibility and offers scalable solutions to meet the needs of its customers."
During the open season SESH will accept non-binding nominations for service from any existing or proposed receipt points to any existing or proposed delivery points on the SESH system. The specific scope of the expansion will be finalized following the results of the open season. The target in-service date would be as early as mid-2011.
Nominations will be accepted from Monday, December 1, 2008, 9:00 a.m. ET, through Friday, January 16, 2009, 5:00 p.m. ET. For nomination forms and additional information, contact Randy Riha by email at email@example.com or by phone at (713) 627-4746. Information also is available on the Web site at www.southeastsupplyheader.com.