TIGER PIPELINE CONSTRUCTION
Location: Multiple Parishes, Louisiana
Completion Date: June 2010
Phillips & Jordan Role: Subcontractor
The Tiger Pipeline is an approximately 175 mile long interstate natural gas pipeline that spans from Panola County in Texas to Richland Parish in Louisiana. Construction of the Tiger Pipeline was completed in December of 2010 at a total cost of approximately $1.1 billion, and moves supply from the Haynesville Shale, Bossier Shale, and Fort Worth Basin Production Areas.
Phillips & Jordan was contracted to support clearing of Spread 2 of the Tiger Pipeline. In total, Phillips & Jordan performed vegetation clearing and grubbing of more than 26 miles of pipeline right-of-way, disposed of removed tree stumps, and hauled and placed mats for access roads. In order to achieve a very aggressive schedule that required completion of all work along the spread within an approximately 20 day period, Phillips & Jordan deployed sufficient manpower and equipment to maintain a production average of not less than 10,000 feet clearing per day.
OIL & GAS MARKET SECTOR
Pipeline Services • Oilfield Services
Over the past 10 years, Phillips & Jordan has cleared over 850 miles of pipeline right-of-way for major projects including the Rockies Express Pipeline which was the largest natural gas pipeline built in the United States in more than 20 years.