The Rio Bravo Pipeline (RBPL) project is comprised of twin 42-inch pipelines that share rights of way along a 137.5-mile route from the Agua Dulce area to Brownsville, Texas. The project includes three 180,000-horsepower compressor stations, six mainline valve sites with two valves per location (one for each pipeline), four metering sites housing a total of six meter stations, and other ancillary facilities.

The RBPL project will originate in Kleberg and Jim Wells Counties, Texas, and will terminate at the delivery point adjacent to NextDecade’s planned Rio Grande LNG (RGLNG) project.

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