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Company Overview of Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company, L.L.C.
Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company, L.L.C. engages in the interstate transportation and storage of natural gas activities. The company operates a natural gas pipeline system, which consists of approximately 11,900 miles of pipeline; and has 97 billion cubic feet of underground working natural gas storage capacity. Its pipeline system located in the natural gas producing regions of Louisiana, the Gulf of Mexico, and south Texas and extends to the northeast section of the U.S., including the metropolitan areas of New York City and Boston. The company was founded in 1940 and is based in Houston, Texas. Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company, L.L.C. operates as a subsidiary of Kinder Morgan Energy Partners,...
EL PASO Building
Houston, TX 77002
Founded in 1940
Key Executives for Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company, L.L.C.
Principal Executive Officer, President and President of Southern Natural Gas Co.
Chairman and President of Pipeline Group
President of El Paso's Western Pipelines
Principal Accounting Officer, Vice President and Controller
Chief Commercial Officer, Senior Vice President and Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company, L.L.C. Key Developments
Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company Executes Agreements with Producers, Local Distribution Companies for Supply of Northeast Energy Direct Project
Sep 29 15
Kinder Morgan Inc. its subsidiary, Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company has executed agreements with producers, local distribution companies and a New York end-use market participant totaling 627,000 dekatherms per day for the Supply Path component of the proposed Northeast Energy Direct Project. The agreements will provide a direct supply link from abundant natural gas fields in Pennsylvania to existing and future Northeast and New England markets, and firm transport of incremental supplies for delivery at or near Wright, New York. From the Wright area, shippers can deliver into the Market Path component of the NED project for transport to Dracut, Massachusetts, or into TGP existing pipeline system or into the Iroquois Gas Transmission system.
PowerServe Will Utilize Assets of Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company's Proposed Northeast Energy Direct Project
Sep 14 15
Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company reported the start of its non-binding PowerServe open season, a new, customized firm service designed to meet the needs of gas-fired generators specifically in the Northeast and New England. According to a release from the company, PowerServe firm service will utilize assets of TGP's proposed Northeast Energy Direct Project (NED), including regional storage, line pack and legacy TGP facilities across its existing broad Northeast market footprint. TGP will leverage its valuable connectivity to low-cost gas supply and interconnecting pipelines and proximity of TGP's system to electric power generation load centers in New England and upstate New York to provide PowerServe service. TGP is offering up to 740,000 dekatherms per day of natural gas transportation capacity in the open season.
Kinder Morgan Inc. Approves Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company to Proceed with Tennessee Gas Pipeline’s Northeast Energy Direct Project
Jul 16 15
Kinder Morgan Inc. announced that its board of directors authorized KMI’s subsidiary, Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company to proceed with TGP's Northeast Energy Direct (NED) project's 'market path' segment from Wright, New York, to Dracut, Massachusetts, a $3.3 billion investment designed to serve natural gas utilities and electricity generation customers in New England. NED is designed to supply a critical energy resource, domestically produced, abundant and clean natural gas, to help alleviate New England’s uniquely high natural gas and electricity costs caused by the severely limited natural gas transportation capacity currently serving the region. NED will be an extension off of KMI’s existing TGP pipeline, which has safely delivered natural gas to New England since the 1950's. The additional supply of natural gas that will be transported by NED is also essential to facilitating the region’s ability to continue to reduce carbon emissions by replacing existing older coal- and oil-fired electric generation plants with cleaner natural gas-fired electricity generation, and increasing deployment of renewable energy sources such as wind and solar. Natural gas and renewable energy have a symbiotic relationship. Solar and wind resources are only available when the sun is shining or the wind is blowing. To ensure that electricity is available for homes, businesses and industry on a reliable basis, operators of the electric grid need reliable sources of power to account for the variability associated with increased reliance on renewable energy. Because of its flexibility and reliability, natural gas-fired electric generation serves as the ideal reliable source of electricity to support renewable energy.
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