Crosstex Provides Update on Louisiana Slurry, Says Relocation Cost Will be $20-25M
The Crosstex Energy companies, Crosstex Energy, L.P. (NASDAQ: XTEX) (the Partnership) and Crosstex Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ: XTXI) (the Corporation), are providing this update on the impact and expected impacts of the slurry near Bayou Corne, Assumption Parish, Louisiana, on the Partnership's facilities and operations.
In early August, a slurry-filled sinkhole developed in Assumption Parish near Bayou Corne, Louisiana. The cause of the slurry is currently under investigation by Louisiana state and local officials. Consequently, the Partnership took a section of its 36-inch-diameter natural gas pipeline located near the sinkhole out of service. Service to certain markets, primarily in the Mississippi River area, has been curtailed or interrupted, and the Partnership has worked with its customers to secure alternative natural gas supplies so that disruptions are minimized. The Partnership expects that the ongoing overall business impact on the services provided by the pipeline, which include gathering, processing, transportation and end-user sales, will be approximately $250,000- $300,000 per month while the pipeline section is out of service.
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