Comanche Trail Pipeline, LLC

 Capacity of 1.1 Bcf/d
 Approximately 195 miles of natural gas pipeline

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 Comision Federal de Electricidad, Mexico’s federal electricity commission. The Comanche Trail Pipeline went into service on January 30, 2017.

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 and terminates custody at the U.S.-Mexico boundary in San Elizario, Texas – just south of El Paso. The pipeline presently includes seven delivery taps along the route in West Texas for local economic development opportunities.

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.