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Company Overview of Texas Gas Transmission, LLC

Company Overview

Texas Gas Transmission, LLC operates long-haul interstate natural gas pipeline that transports natural gas from Gulf Coast and Fayetteville Shale supply areas to on-system markets in the Midwest and off-system markets in the Northeast via interconnections with third-party pipelines. The company’s pipeline originates in the Louisiana Gulf Coast area and in East Texas; and runs north and east through Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Indiana, as well as into Ohio with small diameter lines extending into Illinois. Its services include no-notice transportation, small general transportation, summer no-notice transportation, firm transportation, short term firm transportat...

610 West 2nd Street

Owensboro, KY 42301

United States

Founded in 1945

678 Employees





Key Executives for Texas Gas Transmission, LLC

Age: 64
Chief Financial Officer, Principal Accounting Officer, Vice President and Director
Age: 52
Right-of-Way Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

Texas Gas Transmission, LLC Key Developments

Texas Gas Transmission, LLC Receives a Certificate from FERC to Build Natural Gas Lateral

Texas Gas Transmission, LLC received a certificate to build a natural gas lateral that will serve a Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) electric generation plant in Kentucky. In an order issued as part of the FERC monthly meeting on Jan. 21, FERC granted Texas Gas, the requested authorization, with certain business, construction and mitigation measures attached as conditions. TVA will put in place new facilities that use gas as fuel to produce electricity at its Paradise plant. Construction has started, and the generating facilities are supposed to be in commercial operation in June 2017. Texas Gas and TVA executed a binding 20-year precedent agreement for 230,000 Dth/d of firm gas transportation service on the proposed project, the Western Kentucky lateral. TVA chose to pay a negotiated rate for firm transportation service on the lateral. Texas Gas also proposed incremental recourse rates for firm and interruptible transportation service on the lateral. Texas Gas estimated the project will cost about $81 million. Texas Gas will construct an approximately 22.5-mile, 24-inch-diameter gas lateral that will extend from its Midland 3 compressor station to an interconnection with the Paradise plant. At the interconnection, Texas Gas will build a meter and a regulator station, as well as auxiliary facilities. All of the project facilities will be in Muhlenberg County, Ky.

FERC Approves Texas Gas Transmission, LLC to Begin Work on Bidirectional Ohio-La. Gas Project

FERC gave Texas Gas Transmission permission to begin building a new compressor station to allow for bidirectional flow to serve customers requesting to move Marcellus and Utica shale gas into Midwestern and Southern markets. FERC gave Texas Gas Transmission LLC permission to begin building and operating a new compressor station to allow for bidirectional flow to serve customers requesting to move Marcellus and Utica shale gas into Midwestern and Southern markets. The FERC order authorizing the Ohio-Louisiana Access Project was issued Aug. 28 to Texas Gas. Ultimately, the project will enable Texas Gas to provide up to 758,000 MMBtu/d of firm transportation service from Lebanon, Ohio, to new markets in the Midwest and South in a north-to-south direction while maintaining its current south-to-north direction of flow. The project includes the construction and operation of the new Bosco compressor station in Ouachita Parish, La., which would deliver about 175,000 MMBtu/d; modifications to the connecting pipeline between Texas Gas and Gulf South Pipeline Co. LP at the proposed compressor station to allow for bidirectional flow and certain yard and station modifications to allow for bidirectional flow at compressor stations in Indiana and Louisiana. The new Bosco compressor station will include one 10,915-horsepower Solar Taurus 70 turbine compressor unit and necessary piping. Texas Gas maintains that the new station will not be a mainline unit. Texas Gas has entered into binding precedent agreements to provide firm transportation service with Sabine Pass Liquefaction LLC and six additional customers, resulting in a total subscription of 626,000 MMBtu/d of firm transportation service.

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