- Source: Wyoming, Utah, Colorado and New Mexico
- Destination: West Texas
- Ownership: Enterprise Products Partners
- Website: http://www.enterpriseproducts.com/
- Length: kilometres (7,840 miles)
- Capacity: 275,000 barrels of NGL per day
- Product Type: NGLs
- The Mid-America Pipeline System is an NGL pipeline system consisting of four primary segments: the 3,147-mile Rocky Mountain pipeline, the 2,136-mile Conway North pipeline, the 624-mile Ethane-Propane Mix pipeline and the 2,158-mile Conway South pipeline.
- It transports mixed NGLs produced from natural gas processing plants in Wyoming, Utah, Colorado and New Mexico, including the Meeker Natural Gas Processing Plant, to the Seminole NGL Pipeline in West Texas
- The 3,147-mile Rocky Mountain system transports mixed NGLs extracted from natural gas production in the Rocky Mountain Overthrust and San Juan Basin areas to Hobbs, Texas.
- The 2,136-mile Conway North segment links the large NGL market hub in Conway, Kan., with petrochemical and refining customers and propane markets in the upper Midwest.
- The 2,158-mile Conway South system connects the Conway hub with refineries in Kansas and transports mixed NGLs from Conway to Hobbs.
- The Ethane-Propane Mix segment transports ethane/propane mix primarily to petrochemical plants in Iowa and Illinois from the NGL hub at Conway
- In operation
- 2002 - Enterprise acquired the pipeline from Williams
- 2006 - Contracts signed to anchor expansion
- 2007 - Capacity expanded to 275,000 bpd
- 2014 - Rocky Mountain expansion project completed
- Enterprise Acquires Natural Gas Liquids Pipelines from Williams for $1.2 Billion
- NGL Pipelines, Enterprise
- Enterprise Announces Long Term Transportation Agreements To Anchor Mid-America Pipeline Expansion
- Enterprise Completes Final Phase of Mid-America Pipeline Expansion
- Enterprise Products Begins Service on Expanded Mid-America Pipeline