Our Natural Gas Midstream Assets

NET Midstream has developed, acquired, constructed and operated natural gas midstream assets since 1999. NET provides efficient, reliable midstream services to producers, local distribution companies, power generators and municipalities. Midstream Assets

Serving South Texas & Beyond

Today, NET Midstream owns several natural gas pipelines in Texas that gather wellhead production, transport producer volumes to liquid delivery points and supply gas markets (municipalities, local gas distribution companies and gas-fired electric generating plants).

NET Midstream’s assets include NET Mexico Pipeline, which delivers gas produced in the Eagle Ford Shale to industrial, commercial and residential customers in Mexico, Eagle Ford Midstream, which serves producers and gas processors in the Eagle Ford Shale, Monument Pipeline, which serves local gas distribution customers and producers in the Houston area, South Shore Pipeline, which serves the gas requirements of the City of Corpus Christi and Mission Valley and LaSalle Pipelines, which serve electric power generators in South Texas.


NET Mexico Pipeline

NET Mexico Pipeline, LP, (“NET Mexico”) is a 120-mile, 42″ and 48″ diameter natural gas pipeline with associated compression. The pipeline was placed into service in December 2014. NET Mexico is anchored by a long term firm gas transportation agreement, for 2.1 Bcf/d, with MGI Supply Ltd., an indirect wholly owned subsidiary of Pemex Gas y Petroquimica Basica, the Mexican state-owned gas company. NET Mexico transports gas from nine interconnects at the Agua Dulce Hub in Nueces County, Texas to a point near Rio Grande City, Texas in Starr County.


Eagle Ford Midstream

Eagle Ford Midstream, LP (“EFM”) is a lean gas transportation pipeline in the Eagle Ford Shale located in South Texas. The system was developed to serve gas processing plants and producers with downstream gas transportation. The initial phase of the pipeline went into service in September 2011 and delivers gas to LaSalle Pipeline and Transco. A second phase, which was completed in early 2013, is a large diameter extension of the pipeline and will initially receive volumes from the tailgate of the Western Gas Partners’ Brasada processing plant in LaSalle county with deliveries to interstate and intrastate gas pipelines as well as NET Mexico’s Agua Dulce Hub.

Emergency Contact Number for Eagle Ford Midstream Pipeline: 1-800-770-9141

LaSalle Pipeline

LaSalle Pipeline, LP (“LaSalle”) is a 52-mile pipeline system that serves South Texas Electrical Cooperative’s Pearsall Power Facility.  LaSalle receives its gas supply from Eagle Ford Midstream as well as Transco’s McMullen Lateral.

Emergency Contact Number for LaSalle Pipeline Pipeline: 1-800-770-9141

Monument Pipeline

Monument Pipeline, LP (“Monument”) is a 150 mile gathering and transportation pipeline from Enstor’s Katy Hub to the Houston Ship Channel. Monument serves residential customers in South Houston and industrial markets along the Houston Ship Channel. The southern portion of the pipeline gathers production in Brazoria, Fort Bend and Galveston Counties.

Emergency Contact Number for Monument Pipeline Pipeline: 1-866-942-6571

South Shore Pipeline

South Shore Pipeline, LP (“South Shore”) has been the exclusive gas supplier of the City of Corpus Christi
in Nueces County, Texas since 2001.

Emergency Contact Number for South Shore Pipeline Pipeline: 1-800-770-9141

Mission Valley Pipeline

Mission Valley Pipeline serves the Sam Rayburn Power Plant in Nursery Texas, owned by the South Texas Electrical Cooperative (“STEC”).

Emergency Contact Number for Mission Valley Pipeline Pipeline: 1-800-770-9141
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