Direct Spending into Local Economy
Approximately $5.9 million will be paid in total annual ad valorem taxes to the five counties traversed.
Detailed civil, cultural and environmental surveys used to determine least impactful and most reliable route.
Safety Within the Community
Our goal is to provide safe and beneficial underground natural gas service to the communities we cross and the customers we serve.
Comanche Trail Pipeline Project
Construction of the Comanche Trail Pipeline is complete. The Comanche Trail Pipeline is a Texas intrastate pipeline designed to transport 1.1 billion cubic feet per day of clean-burning natural gas as part of an agreement with Comisión Federal de Electricidad, Mexico's federal electricity commission.
Texas-based Energy Transfer Partners is responsible for the construction and operation of the 195-mile, 42-inch diameter pipeline which originates at the Waha Hub outside Fort Stockton, Texas in northern Pecos County. The pipeline includes seven delivery locations for local towns and utilities in West Texas and terminates custody at the U.S.-Mexico boundary in San Elizario, Texas - just south of El Paso.
The Comanche Trail Pipeline provides new market outlets for domestically produced clean-burning natural gas, thereby encouraging continued production in the U.S. energy sector.
Thank you for your interest in the Comanche Trail Pipeline. If you have questions about the project, please contact the project’s toll-free number at 1-800-246-7976.
Approximate Mileage Per County:
Pecos: 0.19 miles Reeves: 59 miles Culberson: 51 miles
Hudspeth: 65 miles El Paso: 17 miles
Prior to construction, the Comanche Trail Pipeline completed surveys of the area as part of its process to identify the desired route that enables safe and reliable transmission infrastructure. To accomplish this, we performed civil, archaeological, environmental, and endangered species surveys.
The 195-mile pipeline originates at the Waha Hub outside of Fort Stockton in northern Pecos County. The pipeline includes delivery locations with local towns and utilities in West Texas and terminates custody at the U.S.-Mexico boundary just south of El Paso, Texas.
Comanche Trail Pipeline Sends Application to Texas Railroad Commission: February 2015
Landowner Notifications Sent and Land Surveys Begin: Late February 2015
Comanche Trail Pipeline Receives Texas Railroad Commission T4 Permit: May 12, 2015
Comanche Trail Pipeline Submits Presidential Permit to FERC: June 1, 2015
Representatives Start Meeting with County Officials: July 2015
Open House Community Meeting: September 15, 2015
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Comanche Trail Pipeline Receives FERC Presidential Permit: May 2016
Start of Pipeline Construction: March 2016
Construction Completed: January 2017