The Port Neches Link Project (Project) will connect TC Energy’s Keystone Pipeline System at its TC Energy Keystone Nederland Delivery Station to allow for the delivery of crude oil to facilities at the Motiva Terminal in Port Neches, Texas.
The Project involves the construction of a 36-inch, 3.5-mile common carrier crude oil pipeline.
The common carrier pipeline system will also include facilities to tie in additional liquids terminals in the Port Arthur area to Motiva’s refinery and other downstream infrastructure, including the P66 Beaumont Terminal.
TC Energy and Motiva Enterprises LLC (Motiva) have partnered through a joint venture (Port Neches Link LLC) to develop the Project.
The Project will be built using the safest, least disruptive construction methods that have been developed over the past 70 years.
The Project began construction in mid-September and will continue through to Winter 2022.
We are working towards a targeted in-service date of Q3 2022.
Our Liquids business is continually advancing our vision to be premier liquids backbone, sustainably fuelling quality of life in North America.
To support this, a key focus of our 2022 Liquids Strategy is identifying ways to leverage our existing system to meet the needs of our customers and support North Americans energy security.
Read the full story to learn about how our Port Neches Link Pipeline Project is helping us to achieve this.
TC Energy is committed to notifying affected landowners, towns, communities and local, state and federal governments and agencies involved in the Project. If you have any questions about the Project, please reach out to us via the contact information below.
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