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​​Path of the Valley Crossing Pipeline through the Gulf of Mexico.​BROWNSVILLE – Crews began underwater construction in June 2018 on the cross-border section of the Valley Crossing Pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico.

The work involves a 1,000-foot section of the natural gas pipeline several miles east of the mouth of the Rio Grande, according to Valley Crossing Pipeline LLC.

The project remains on track to be in service by October 2018.

The pipeline begins at the Agua Dulce natural gas hub near Corpus Christi and continues south to the Port of Brownsville before entering the Gulf of Mexico. 

Once in operation, the Valley Crossing Pipeline will be able to move 2.6 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day from the Eagle Ford Shale and other sources to customers in Mexico.

The project will connect with another pipeline on the Mexican side of the border to provide fuel to a growing number of natural gas-fired power plants and maquiladoras.
San Antonio Business Journal
Infrastructure & Transportation
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