NAmerico Energy Holdings, LLC has announced it plans to build the Pecos Trail Pipeline, a 468-mile intrastate natural gas system starting in West Texas and ending at various points around Corpus Christi, Texas. The 42-inch natural gas system will transport 1.85 billion cubic feet per day from Permian Basin to the Texas Gulf Coast.
NAmerico is developing the pipeline system in partnership with Cresta Energy Fund I LP, a newly-formed investment fund focused on energy infrastructure.
“The Pecos Trail Pipeline will provide a direct link between two equally important growth stories in the Permian supply region and Gulf Coast demand centers,” said Chris Rozzell, managing partner of Cresta Energy. “We believe NAmerico’s option provides a timely solution to the market’s needs.”
The Pecos Trail Pipeline is expected to be operational in 2019, with anticipated deliveries into Spectra Energy’s Valley Crossing Pipeline, The NET Mexico Header, and the Cheniere Energy Corpus Christi LNG Header system, subject to shipper commitments.