Texas Gas Transmission Pipeline
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Texas Gas Transmission Pipeline is an operating natural gas pipeline.
The pipeline runs from the Louisiana Gulf coast up through Arkansas, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Kentucky, to supply gas to Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio.
- Operator: Texas Gas Transmission, LLC
- Parent Company: Boardwalk Pipeline Partners
- Current capacity: 4400 Million cubic feet per day
- Proposed capacity:
- Length: 6,110 miles / 9,817 km
- Status: Operating
- Start Year: 1948
Texas Gas Transmission is operated by Texas Gas Transmission, LLC, a subsidiary of Boardwalk Pipeline Partners The pipeline brings gas from the Gulf Coast and Fayetteville Shale supply areas to the Midwest and to off-system markets in the Northeast.
Clarksville Interconnection Pipeline
The pipeline expansion would have been built in Kentucky and Tennessee, USA, but according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration the project is considered shelved.
Clarksville Interconnection Pipeline Location
Clarksville Interconnection Pipeline Project Details
- Operator: Clarksville Gas & Water Department
- Parent Company:
- Capacity: 52 million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d)
- Length: 23 miles / 37 km
- Diameter: 12-inches
- Status: Shelved
- Start Year:
Articles and resources
- Texas Gas Transmission Pipeline, Wikipedia, accessed January 2018
- Welcome To Texas Gas, Texas Gas Transmission, accessed January 2018
- Texas Gas Transmission, A Barrel Full, accessed January 2018.
- Natural Gas Data, Pipeline Projects Energy Information Agency, accessed July 21, 2020
- National Energy and Petrochemical Map , FracTracker, February 28, 2020