Houston-based Tellurian Inc. plans to build two pipelines that will serve its planned Driftwood LNG export facility near Lake Charles.

The Haynesville Global Access Pipeline would be a roughly 200-mile, 42-inch diameter pipeline capable of transporting 2 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day. The Permian Global Access Pipeline be a 625-mile, 42-inch diameter pipeline with the same capacity.

Tellurian has already announced plans for the Driftwood Pipeline, a 96-mile line that stretches from the liquefied natural gas facility to around Gillis. Driftwood Pipeline's capacity is 4 billion cubic feet and is expected to begin operating in mid-2021. The new pipelines would be in operation by the end of 2022. The cost for the three pipelines is estimated at $7 billion.