The 2015 capital program is lower than spending levels in recent years.
Proceeds will be used to fund the development, construction and placement into service of the Corpus Christi Liquefaction Project.
The offering is in connection with its proposed merger with Atlas Pipeline Partners.
EFS, owned by Pioneer and Reliance Industries, is expected to sell for more than $3 billion.
The combination creates one of the largest gathering and processing systems in the Haynesville and Cotton Valley plays.
The fund has made an investment in Twin Eagle Resource Management and backed Redwood Midstream.
Erskine became president of Atmos Pipeline—Texas when Atmos Energy acquired TXU Gas in 2004.
Harry Pefanis, president and COO of Plains All American Pipeline LP (NYSE: PAA), will chair the committee.
The Stampede lateral pipeline is expected to cost about $130 million and be operational in 2018.
Exxon’s WCC LNG Project Ltd. is among 18 export facilities that have been proposed for Canada’s Pacific Coast.
The six-year review process for the $8 billion line to bring crude from Alberta’s oil sands to Gulf Coast refineries could be over in two months, Russ Girling, chief executive officer of Calgary-based TransCanada, told reporters in a briefing today.
Pinnacle anticipates focusing its operations in Texas, New Mexico, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Mississippi.