- Source: Opal Hub in Wyoming
- Destination: Malin, Oregon
- Ownership: Kinder Morgan
- Website: http://www.kindermorgan.com/
- Length: kilometres (675 miles)
- Capacity: 1.5 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d)
- Status: Planned
- Ruby Pipeline, owned and operated by Kinder Morgan, Inc., is a 680-mile, 42-inch diameter pipeline system that extends from Wyoming to Oregon providing natural gas supplies from the major Rocky Mountain basins to consumers in California, Nevada and the Pacific Northwest.
- It is supplied via the Opal Natural Gas Hub and delivers via the Malin Center Natural Gas Hub
- The pipeline has an initial design capacity of up to 1.5 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) and traverses portions of four states: Wyoming, Utah, Nevada, and Oregon.
- There are Four compressor stations: one near the Opal Natural Gas Hub in southwestern Wyoming; one south of Curlew Junction, Utah; one at the mid-point of the project, north of Elko, Nevada; and one in northwestern Nevada.
- 2010 - FERC approval given to the project
- 2011 - Ruby pipeline enters services
- 2014 - Veresen acquires a 50% stake
- EIA Natural Gas Pipeline Projects
- Kinder Morgan, Ruby
- Ruby Pipeline ramps up rapidly to supply natural gas to Northern California
- Ruby natural gas pipeline begins service today (July 28, 2011)
- Veresen Announces US$1.425 Billion Acquisition of 50% Interest in the Ruby Pipeline and Acquisition Financing