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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 Co. to Supply 295,000 Dth/D to Flow to Cameron LNG
Nov 12 15
Kinder Morgan Inc.'s Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. has applied at FERC for an approximately $170 million expansion of its gas transportation system to serve shippers that also have signed on with the Cameron LNG LLC liquefaction and export facility. The Southwest Louisiana Supply Project would provide 295,000 Dth/d of incremental capacity to project shippers Mitsubishi and MMGS, FERC said in a notice about the application Nov. 9. Tennessee Gas estimated the cost of the project to be $170,453,208. The project would include construction of about 2.4 miles of 30-inch-diameter pipeline lateral in Madison Parish, La.; 1.4 miles of 30-inch lateral in Richland and Franklin parishes; and a new compressor station in Franklin Parish. Tennessee Gas has also proposed to construct five meter stations to allow it to receive gas on its 800 Line from five interconnecting pipelines and replace a turbine engine at an existing compressor station in Rapides Parish. The pipeline would allow for additional natural gas to be sent south to a point of interconnection with Cameron Interstate Pipeline LLC and eventually to the Cameron LNG facility in Cameron Parish, according to the project's application, filed October 26, 2015. Tennessee Gas has asked FERC to issue certificate authorizations by November 1, 2016, to help meet the in-service date requested by the project shippers of February 1, 2018. Tennessee Gas executed binding precedent agreements with Mitsubishi for 600,000 Dth/d of firm capacity and with MMGS for 300,000 Dth/d of firm capacity, and both agreements have primary terms of 20 years. Out of the total 900,000 Dth/d of contracted capacity with the two shippers, Tennessee Gas would provide 605,000 Dth/d through existing and unsubscribed available capacity or capacity it would make available. The project would therefore create an additional 295,000 Dth/d of incremental capacity to be served to the project shippers.
Tennessee Gas Pipeline Applies for 135,000-Dth/d Pa. Gas Line Expansion
Oct 12 15
Tennessee Gas Pipeline has submitted an abbreviated application to increase natural gas pipeline capacity in Pennsylvania by 135,000 Dth/d. Tennessee Gas' Orion project would entail the construction of two 36-inch pipeline loops and the installation of accessory facilities, according to the application, filed Oct. 9. Installed along Tennessee Gas' 300 Line right of way, one pipeline loop would run 8.23 miles in Wayne and Pike counties, while the other would traverse 4.68 miles in Pike County. Appurtenant and auxiliary facilities would include a new pig launcher, crossover and connecting facilities to connect the pipeline loops with the 300 Line, and a rewheel/restage of a compressor unit for the increased volumes and changes in the station design conditions. Tennessee Gas asked for the certificate authorized by Nov. 1, 2016, which would allow it to begin construction in the beginning of 2017 and complete the project by the in-service date of June 1, 2018.
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.
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