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May 23, 2015 1:44 PM ET

Gas Utilities

Company Overview of Tallgrass Interstate Gas Transmission, LLC

Company Overview

Tallgrass Interstate Gas Transmission, LLC distributes and transmits natural gas. The company offers firm transportation, interruptible transportation, non-nominated storage, and interruptible storage services. Tallgrass Interstate Gas Transmission, LLC was formerly known as Kinder Morgan Interstate Gas Transmission LLC and changed its name in November 2012. The company was founded in 1992 and is based in Lakewood, Colorado.

370 Van Gordon Street

Lakewood, CO 80228

United States

Founded in 1992

Key Executives for Tallgrass Interstate Gas Transmission, LLC

Chief Executive Officer
Age: 69
Vice President of Commercial Operations
Vice President of Regulatory Affairs
Vice President of Business Development
Director of Marketing
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Tallgrass Interstate Gas Transmission, LLC Key Developments

Tallgrass Interstate Gas Transmission Receives Pony Express Abandonment Order from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

Tallgrass Energy Partners, LP announced that its subsidiary Tallgrass Interstate Gas Transmission has received the Pony Express Abandonment Order from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). The abandonment encompasses an approximately 430-mile section of natural gas pipeline from Guernsey, Wyoming to Lincoln County, Kansas, which is currently part of the Tallgrass Interstate Gas Transmission system. The Abandonment Order contains certain customary conditions precedent and is subject to FERC procedural rules and regulations, including the right to rehearing. Once the abandonment is complete, the 430-mile section of pipe will be converted and sold to a subsidiary of Tallgrass Development, LP. In conjunction with the conversion, Tallgrass Development, LP is also constructing a 260-mile extension from Lincoln County, Kansas to Cushing, Oklahoma. Upon completion of the conversion, transfer and new construction, the 690-mile Tallgrass Pony Express Pipeline (a subsidiary of Tallgrass Development, LP) will transport domestic light crude from the Bakken Shale, Denver-Julesburg and surrounding areas to Cushing, Oklahoma.

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