Colorado Interstate Gas Company

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Summary Information

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  • Colorado Interstate Gas (CIG) is a 4,300 mile pipeline system that transports natural gas from production areas in the U.S. Rocky Mountains and the Anadarko Basin directly to customers in Colorado and Wyoming and indirectly to the midwest, southwest, California and Pacific Northwest.
  • The pipeline connects to the White River Natural Gas Hub
  • There is an interconnect with the WBI Energy Transmission Gas Pipeline

History

  • 1996 - Piceance Expansion, Panhandle Expansion & Wind River Lateral completed
  • 1997 - Wind River Lateral 97 Expansion completed
  • 1998 - Campo Lateral completed
  • 2000 - Picketwire Expansion completed
  • 2001 - Front Range, Parachute Lateral & Raton Basin Expansion completed
  • 2002 - Valley Line & Raton Basin 2002 Expansion completed
  • 2003 - Valley Line II & III completed
  • 2005 - Raton Basin 2005 Expansion completed
  • 2007 - Raton Basin 2007 Expansion completed
  • 2007 - Draft Environmental Impact Statement released for the High Plains Expansion Project
  • 2008 - High Plains Project completed
  • 2010 - Raton Basin 2010 Expansion completed
  • 2012 - El Paso Pipeline Partners Acquires an Additional Interest in Colorado Interstate Gas Company
  • 2014 - High Plains 2013 Expansion Project completed

Other Information

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Links

  1. Kinder Morgan, Colorado Interstate Gas Pipeline
  2. EIA Natural Gas Pipeline Projects
  3. Draft Environmental Impact Statement on the High Plains Expansion Project
  4. El Paso Pipeline Partners Agrees to Acquire Cheyenne Plains Pipeline and Additional Interest in Colorado Interstate Gas Company

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