Northern Natural Gas Company Pipeline

Summary Information

  • Source: Permian Basin, Texas
  • Destination:
  • Ownership: Berkshire Hathaway Energy
  • Website: http://www.berkshirehathawayenergyco.com/
  • Length: kilometres (14,700 miles)
  • Capacity: 5.5 billion cubic feet per day
  • Status: Operating

Details

  • Northern Natural Gas owns and operates the largest interstate natural gas pipeline system in the United States.
  • Northern Natural Gas' pipeline system stretches across 11 states, from the Permian Basin in Texas to Michigan's Upper Peninsula, providing access to five of the major natural gas supply regions in North America.
  • The system includes:
    • 14,700 miles of natural gas pipeline;
    • 5.5 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) of Market Area design capacity, plus 2.0 Bcf/d of Field Area capacity;
    • Five natural gas storage facilities;

History

  • 1996 - IA- IL Expansion & Zone EF Expansion
  • 1997 - Peak Day 2000 Expansion I
  • 1998 - Peak Day 2000 Expansion II
  • 1999 - Peak Day 2000 III & Zone EF Expansion
  • 2000 - Peak Day 2000 IV & Elk River Looping Expansion
  • 2001 - Line C&D Line Expansion & Peak Day 2000 V
  • 2002 - Beatrice Station Expansion
  • 2003 - Project MAX Expansion
  • 2004 - Pleasant Hill Project
  • 2005 - Bluff Creek/Tomah Expansion
  • 2007 - Palmyra North Expansion & Northern Lights Project
  • 2008 - East Leg I Expansion & West Leg II Expansion
  • 2010 - Northern Lights 2010

Other Information

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Links

  1. Northern Natural Gas, About Us
  2. EIA Natural Gas Pipeline Projects

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