Enterprise Gulf coast assets resume operations; No major damage reported

Enterprise Gulf coast assets resume operations; No major damage reported

6:30 AM, 5th September 2012
Enterprise Gulf coast assets resume operations; No major damage reported
Michael A Creel, President and CEO, Enterprise’s General Partner.

HOUSTON, US: Enterprise Products Partners LP personnel have been redeployed to its onshore and offshore facilities affected by Hurricane Isaac and the partnership has begun receiving or is capable of receiving feed from producers. Assessments of the partnership’s offshore platforms that were evacuated prior to the storm have revealed no significant damage. Onshore, natural gas processing facilities in South Louisiana are all operational, as is the Acadian natural gas pipeline system.

In addition, Enterprise’s fractionators are either operating or prepared to receive natural gas liquids (NGL). Third-party operators of infrastructure that feeds Enterprise’s assets in South Louisiana are in various stages of resuming operations as they address lingering high water and power issues. The Dixie and Lou-Tex pipeline systems are operating normally.

“Particularly impressive among the performance of our assets was the Haynesville Extension of our Acadian natural gas pipeline which was designed to provide greater flexibility and reliable supplies of natural gas to the utility and industrial corridor between Baton Rouge and New Orleans, especially during unexpected events like Gulf storms. The Haynesville Extension remained in service for the duration of Hurricane Isaac’s movement across South Louisiana, providing strong line pressure and consistent energy supply for our customers as they worked to deal with the effects of the storm on their operations,” said Michael A Creel, President and CEO, Enterprise’s General Partner.

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