El Paso Natural Gas Pipeline

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Summary Information

  • Sources: San Juan, Permian and Anadarko basins
  • Destination: California, other western states, Texas and northern Mexico
  • Ownership: Kinder Morgan
  • Website: http://www.kindermorgan.com/
  • Length: kilometres (10,200 miles)
  • Capacity: 5.6 billion cubic feet (Bcf) per day
  • Status: Operating

Details

  • EPNG is a 10,200-mile pipeline system with a design capacity of about 5.6 Bcf per day.
  • It transports natural gas from the San Juan, Permian and Anadarko basins to California, other western states, Texas and northern Mexico
  • It has interconnects with Transcolorado Gas Pipeline & North Baja Gas Pipeline

History

  • 1997 - Samalayuca II Lateral & Havasu Crossover
  • 1999 - Copper Plant Export
  • 2001 - Willcox Lateral
  • 2002 - Samalayuca Expansion, Pinnacle West Lateral, Line 2000 Project, Ductos De Nogales Project
  • 2004 - Power-Up Expansion I, II & III, Bondad Expansion
  • 2005 - Line 1903 Conversion
  • 2008 - Eunice Replacement Project, Picacho Compressor Station Project & Hobbs Lateral
  • 2012 - Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, acquired a 50 % stake
  • 2013 - Willcox Lateral & Norte Crossing Project

Other Information

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Links

  1. EIA Natural Gas Pipeline Projects
  2. KMP to Purchase 100% of Tennessee Gas Pipeline and 50% of El Paso Natural Gas Pipeline for Approximately $6.22 Billion

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