Florida Gas Transmission Pipeline

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Summary Information

  • Source: Texas
  • Destination: Florida
  • Ownership: Kinder Morgan & Energy Transfer
  • Website: http://www.panhandleenergy.com/
  • Length: kilometres (5,500 miles)
  • Capacity: 3.0 BCM per day
  • Status: Operating

Details

  • The Florida Gas Transmission (FGT) pipeline is an approximately 5,500-mile system that transports natural gas from south Texas to south Florida.
  • FGT is owned by Florida Gas Transmission Company, LLC, a 100% owned subsidiary of Citrus Corp. Citrus Corp is a 50/50 joint venture between Kinder Morgan, Inc. (NYSE: KMI) and Energy Transfer.
  • It is supplied by the Destin Gas Pipeline
  • There is an interconnection with Gulf South Gas Pipeline System and the Southern Natural Gas Pipeline Company at Clay County, Florida

Contractors

  • Universalpegasus: Phase III, V, VI, VII - survey, detailed engineering design, construction management, and inspection services

History

  • 1998 - Alabama Power Lateral completed
  • 1999 - Sonat merged with El Paso
  • 2001 - Phase IV Project & AE Cooperative Upgrade completed
  • 2002 - Phase V Stage 1, 2 & 3 completed
  • 2003 - Phase V Stage 4 & Phase VI Project completed
  • 2005 - Interconnect to Dominion South Pipeline completed
  • 2006 - Turkey Point Lateral completed
  • 2007 - Phase VII completed
  • 2008 - East Leg Expansion completed
  • 2011 - Phase VIII expansion & Mobile Bay Lateral completed

Other Information

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Links

  1. Florida Gas Transmission Company, LLC
  2. Universalpegasus Pipeline References
  3. EIA Natural Gas Pipeline Projects
  4. El Paso Energy Corporation and Sonat Inc. Announce Merger Agreement
  5. Florida Gas Transmission Company’s Phase VIII Expansion Project Placed In Service

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