- Ownership: Kinder Morgan
- Length: kilometres (3,244 miles)
- Capacity: per day
- Status: Operating
- Kinder Morgan Tejas Pipeline LLC's ("KM Tejas") intrastate pipeline system includes approximately 3,244 miles of natural gas transmission pipelines ranging from 6” to 36” in diameter, together with appurtenant laterals and related facilities in Texas.
- KM Tejas purchases and/or receives natural gas from producing fields in South Texas, the Gulf Coast area, and the Gulf of Mexico for sale and/or delivery to markets in the Houston, Corpus Christi, East Texas, and Beaumont/Port Arthur areas.
- It is connected to the Moss Bluff Natural Gas Hub
- The pipeline will provide gas to the Freeport Lng Export Terminal Project
- 2000 - Intergen becomes owner
- 2001 - Kinder Morgan acquired the pipeline
- 2008 - Texas Pipeline Link completed
- 2014 - Agreement with Freeport LNG to supply gas trhough new lateral
- Kinder Morgan Tejas Pipeline
- Shell and Bechtel Enterprises to Expand InterGen Joint Venture Aligning Power Generation with Marketing and Trading
- Kinder Morgan Energy to acquire Tejas Gas
- Kinder Morgan and SK E&S LNG Announce Long-Term Intrastate Transportation Agreement and Lateral Development Project