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American Midstream commences full operation of Cayenne pipeline

HOUSTON — American Midstream Partners, LP announced the completion and commencement of deliveries on the previously announced Cayenne Pipeline joint venture between AMID and Targa Resources Corp.

Cayenne will initially have 40,000 bpd of Y-grade NGL transport capacity with the ability to expand to more than 50,000 bpd. Cayenne will originate from the Targa-operated Venice gas processing plant and deliver to fractionation in Southern Louisiana.

The commencement of Cayenne provides AMID with strategic transport capabilities for the majority of all NGL volume out of Gulf of Mexico's deep-water Mississippi Canyon region where AMID has developed an integrated gathering and transportation network. Cayenne is supported by a 15-yr dedication for all NGL production from Targa's 750 MMcfd Venice plant with inlet from six offshore Gulf of Mexico pipelines.


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