• Existing Transmission Lines
  • Approved Route
  • Project Endpoints

Tuleta - Coleto Creek Electric System Improvements

AEP Texas will construct a new double-circuit 138-kilovolt (kV) transmission line in Bee and Goliad Counties with only one circuit installed initially. The line will extend from the new AEP Texas' Tuleta Substation, located near Highway 181 approximately two miles south of Pettus, and continue to the proposed Euler Substation at the intersection of Wilson Land, West Air Base Road, and F.M. 883. From there, the line will continue to the existing AEP Texas Coleto Creek Substation located at the site of the Coleto Creek Power Station approximately two miles northeast of the community of Fannin in Goliad County. The Public Utility Commission of Texas has determined the final path on July of 2016.

Project Updates

Fact Sheet

Typical Structures

138kV Overhead Typical Tangent Design

Right-of-Way

The typical right-of-way width for this line will be 100 feet. In some cases, additional easement area may be necessary for specialized structures.


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