Sea Robin Gas Pipeline
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Sea Robin Gas Pipeline is an operating natural gas pipeline.
The pipeline runs from the Gulf of Mexico to the Henry Hub in Erath, Louisiana and to processing plants near Morgan City, Louisiana.
- Operator: Sea Robin Pipeline Company LLC
- Parent Company: Energy Transfer Partners
- Current capacity: 2000 Million cubic feet per day
- Proposed capacity:
- Length: 438 miles / 705 km
- Status: Operating
- Start Year: 1969
The pipeline is operated by Sea Robin Pipeline Company, LLC, which is owned by CMS Panhandle Companies, a part of Energy Transfer Partners based in Dallas. Sea Robin was formerly owned by Sonat, Inc. through its subsidiary Southern Natural Gas Company. Sonat was required to sell the pipeline in 1999 in order to complete its merger with El Paso Corporation.
Articles and resources
- Sea Robin Gas Pipeline, Wikipedia, accessed January 2018
- Nos. 02-1215 and 02-1265: PRODUCER COALITION V. FERC EXXONMOBIL GAS MARKETING CO. V. FERC - OPPOSITION, U.S. Supreme Court, 2002
- Company Overview of Sea Robin Pipeline Company, Bloomberg, accessed January 2018
- El Paso sells pipelines to seal merger deal, Oil & Gas Journal, Jan. 17, 2000
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