Pipeline Infrastructure Expansion

Blue Much of the Nations pipeline infrastructure is more than fifty years old. The life expectancy of these lines is 50 years yet many remain, spanning Pennsylvania's landscapes, poised to transport one of the worlds largest gas reserve - Marcellus Shale.

With the Marcellus Projects in Pennsylvania there is a need to transport this fuel. Even places such as Chester County, where drilling is not taking place, will feel the impact of Marcellus Shale Projects, in the form of needed pipeline infrastructure to carry fuel from drill to marketplace.

To maximize taxation and revenue benefits through Limited Partnerships, Limited Partners at Energy LP get a chance to Participate in a almost certain financial return from these Pipeline Partnerships.

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Limited Partnerships for Infrastructure

Although parts of Pennsylvania may appear removed from Marcellus drilling, however many miles of natural gas pipeline lay beneath the land and watersheds. This concentration of infrastructure, owned or run by energy companies and partnerships, provides a key skeletal requirements for transportation of Marcellus Shale fuel to the North East Corridor.

To maximize taxation and revenue benefits through Limited Partnerships, Limited Partners at Energy LP get a chance to Participate in a almost certain financial return from these Pipeline Partnerships.

Energy LP

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Houston, Texas 77058
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San Antonio, Texas 78284-9765
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