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Entrega Gas Pipeline Inc. www.entregapipeline.com. Entrega Project Overview. Wyoming Natural Gas Pipeline Authority – June 28, 2005. Agenda. Entrega Project Overview Project and Facilities Milestones and Schedule Interconnects and Capacity Access to Markets Tariff and Rates

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entrega project overview
Entrega

Gas Pipeline Inc.

www.entregapipeline.com

Entrega Project Overview

Wyoming Natural Gas Pipeline Authority – June 28, 2005

agenda
Agenda

Entrega Project Overview

  • Project and Facilities
  • Milestones and Schedule
  • Interconnects and Capacity
  • Access to Markets
  • Tariff and Rates
  • Benefits to Wyoming
  • Wrap-up
slide3
Wamsutter Compressor Station

Segment 2

Wamsutter to Cheyenne Hub

191 miles of 42-inch pipe

Big Hole Compressor Station

Meeker Compressor Station

Segment 1

Meeker to Wamsutter

136 miles of 36-inch pipe

project description
Project Description
  • Entrega is a new open access natural gas pipeline developed to move Rocky Mountain gas production to Midwest markets
  • FERC regulated interstate pipeline; developed with cooperation of Bureau of Land Management and other Federal and State Agencies
  • Runs from Meeker Hub in Rio Blanco County, CO through Wamsutter, WY to the Cheyenne Hub near Rockport, CO
  • FERC application requests capacity of 1,500 MMcf/d, developed in 2 phases
    • Phase 1 approximately 750 MMcf/d (free flow)
    • Phase 2 incremental 750 MMcf/d (compression)
description of facilities
Description of Facilities
  • Project includes 136 miles of 36-inch pipeline and 191 miles of 42-inch pipeline
  • Maximum Allowable Operating Pressure (MAOP) of the system is 1,480 psig
  • Route chosen to minimize environmental impact; 94% is adjacent to existing pipeline and utility right-of-way
  • Phase 2 will include 3 compressor stations; Meeker (11,000 HP), Big Hole (22,000 HP), and Wamsutter (14,000 HP)
  • Seven delivery/receipt meter stations at interconnects with existing pipelines, one at Meeker, two at Wamsutter, and four at Cheyenne Hub
  • 22 mainline valves
  • Four pig launchers and four pig receivers
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Applied for FERC Certificate

9/17/04

Agmt Signed with Pipeline Operator

6/2/05

Pre-Filing Docket Assigned

3/19/04

Open Season

6/4/04 – 6/25/04

Draft Env Impact Stmt Issued

2/25/05

Project Concept Developed

Open House & Local Gov’t Meetings

3/29/04 – 4/8/04

Timeline of Major Milestones Achieved

8/03 12/03 1/04 12/04 1/05

slide7
Project Timeline (most recent update)

Phase 1 Segment 2 Construction

Jul 06 – Nov 06

Phase 1 Segment 1 Construction

Aug 05 – Dec 05

Wamsutter to Cheyenne

Meeker to Wamsutter

1/05 12/05 1/06 12/06 1/07

Compressor Expansion to 1.5 Bcf/d

FERC Certificate Granted

Expected 7/21/05

Phase 2 Construction of Facilities

Apr 07 – Jun 07

Note: All dates referenced above are approximate and differ from the FERC filing

proposed pipeline interconnects
Entrega Gas Pipeline

CIG

Cheyenne Plains

PSCO

Trailblazer

WIC

TransColorado

Proposed Pipeline Interconnects

CIG (bi-directional)

WIC (bi-directional)

CIG

Cheyenne Plains XCEL

Trailblazer

EnCana Gathering

Possible

TransColorado (bi-directional)

entrega pipeline capacity
Entrega Pipeline Capacity

Included in FERC Application dated 9/17/04

New FERC Application and open season required

market pipeline access
Midwest Market Pipelines

ANR

NNG

NGPL

PEPL

SSC

Trailblazer

Western Market Pipelines

NWPL

Kern River

Regional Pipelines

Entrega

TransColorado

CIG

WIC

Cheyenne Plains

Market Pipeline Access

Wamsutter

Opal

Cheyenne Hub

Salt Lake City

Meeker Hub

Denver

Greensburg

possible alternatives beyond cheyenne
Possible Alternatives Beyond Cheyenne

Midwest

Northeast

Cheyenne Hub

Entrega Pipeline

Ohio Valley

MidContinent

East Louisiana

  • Ultimately, additional transportation capacity beyond Cheyenne will be necessary
  • Entrega, in cooperation with Shipper(s) and potential Shippers, is evaluating alternatives
tariff and rates
Tariff and Rates
  • Open access transportation services
  • Firm, Interruptible, park-and-loan, and automatic park-and-loan
  • Postage stamp rates
  • Electronic bulletin board
  • Capacity release program
  • Flexible receipt and delivery points
  • Negotiated rate authority
  • Recourse rates reflect capital structure and return on investment criteria and change as the phases are completed
tariff and rates1
Tariff and Rates

Entrega Recourse Rates (as filed)

Fuel, Lost & Unaccounted for (FL&A) is estimated at:

Interim – 0.15%

Phase 1 – 0.15%

Phase 2 – 0.90%

Applicable and approved surcharges such as ACA will also apply

economic benefit to wyoming
Economic Benefit to Wyoming

About 1,900 construction workers are expected to work in Wyoming;

550 are expected to be from the local (Wyoming) workforce.

Source: Pederson Planning Consultants, 2004

(1) - updated from original study

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Wrap-up
  • Review of Project Timeline
    • Segment 1 (Meeker to Wamsutter) – In Service December 2005
    • Segment 2 (Wamsutter to Cheyenne) – In Service December 2006
    • Phase 2 (Compressor Expansion) – In Service July 2007
  • The Entrega Gas Pipeline Project is good for Wyoming
    • Public Economic Benefits ~ $34 million
    • Private Economic Benefits ~ $52 million
    • Job Benefits
    • Minimal Environmental Impact
  • We appreciate your continued support
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