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The Byhalia Connection Pipeline – a crude oil pipeline system that will run 49 miles from Memphis to Marshall County, Mississippi – will help strengthen the region’s economic vitality and America’s energy independence. We are committed to keeping the community and media informed on the project updates and activities in the community. For more information, please contact questions@byhaliaconnection.com.

News Releases and Presentations

3/23/2021 – Who We Are and Our Approach to this Project
Review Communications Manager Katie Martin’s recent presentation for the Shelby County Commission. It outlines who Byhalia Connection is, our approach to selecting a route and how we are dedicated to treating everyone fairly and with respect. View here. 

3/1/2021 – Byhalia Connection Project Overview
The Byhalia Connection team has developed a presentation about the overall project to help answer some of the most common questions our team receives. To read more about the project, route selection, community and economic benefits, our commitment to safety, and more, click here.

12/22/20 News Release: “BYHALIA CONNECTION PIPELINE DONATES $1M TO MID-SOUTH CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS IN 2020”
The Byhalia Connection Pipeline today announced it has donated $1 million in the Mid-South region in 2020. Organizations across the Mid-South who received recent donations from Byhalia Connection include Feed The Needy, Helping Hands, Man-Up Teacher Fellowship, Memphis City Library Foundation, Mid-South Food Bank, Neshoba Community Resource Center – Ida B. Wells Statue, Regional One Health, SchoolSeed, Brown Baptist Church, Byhalia Arts Council, Coldwater River Nature Conservancy, Healing Hearts Child Advocacy Center, House of Grace, I-NSPIRE Foundation, Marshall County Public Library System, and Trinity Health. Read More

9/11/2020 News Release: “BYHALIA CONNECTION PIPELINE COMMITS MORE THAN $95,000 TO DESOTO COUNTY ORGANIZATIONS”
The Byhalia Connection Pipeline hosted a virtual appreciation event today to recognize charitable organizations for their community service. Byhalia Connection began supporting charities along the pipeline route earlier this year and has given $97,000 to DeSoto County organizations – including a new $12,000 donation to the DeSoto County Emergency Management Agency. The event offered a unique opportunity for local elected officials and Byhalia project team members to say thank you for their dedicated service to others. Read More

8/27/20 – TDEC Presentation
On August 27th, we participated in the Tennessee’s Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) public hearing. To learn more about how we plan to transport the energy you rely on while strengthening the region’s communities, please watch our pre-recorded presentation from the hearing. To watch the presentation, click here.

8/25/20 – News Release: “BYHALIA CONNECTION PIPELINE RECOGNIZES ORGANIZATIONS DURING COVID WITH DONATIONS AND VIRTUAL CELEBRATION”
The Byhalia Connection Pipeline hosted a virtual appreciation event Friday to recognize charitable organizations for their community service during the pandemic. Byhalia Connection began supporting charities along the pipeline route earlier this year and has given $125 thousand to organizations fighting COVID-19 in Shelby County. The event offered a unique opportunity for local elected officials and Byhalia project team members to say thank you to their partners for dedicated service to others. Read More