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Enterprise says Norco NGL fractionator, some southern Louisiana assets remain offline

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Aug 31 (Reuters) - Enterprise Products Partners on Tuesday said its Norco natural gas liquids fractionator, as well as certain pipelines and pumping stations in the Baton Rouge and New Orleans area, remained offline following Hurricane Ida.

The company said personnel were assessing the facilities in the Baton Rouge and New Orleans corridor, and some assets are waiting for power to be restored. For the most part its facilities in southern Louisiana did not sustain material damage, and other assets on the Louisiana Gulf Coast were in the process of returning to service, the spokesperson said by email. (Reporting by Liz Hampton in Denver)