DALLAS — A water district serving the west Texas city of Midland will price $200 million of debt Tuesday for a 60-mile pipeline to the drought-stricken city in the heart of the state’s oil-producing Permian Basin.

There is no retail-order period, but calls to the underwriters from area residents about the upcoming deal indicate good demand, according to Paul Jack, managing director at Estrada Hinojosa & Co.

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