Tiger Gas Pipeline

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Summary Information

  • Source: Carthage, Texas
  • Destination: Delhi, Louisiana
  • Ownership: Energy Transfer Partners
  • Website: http://www.energytransfer.com/
  • Length: kilometres (195 miles)
  • Capacity: 2.4 BCF per day
  • Status: Operating


  • The 42-inch Tiger Pipeline, an interstate natural gas pipeline to serve the Haynesville Shale and Bossier Sands producing regions in Louisiana and East Texas, had an initial capacity of 2.0 billion cubic feet per day and lenfth of 175 miles
  • An expansion project, completed in 2011, expanded capacity to 2.4 Bcf/day and increased the length to 195 miles
  • The pipeline is connected to seven interstate pipelines including Columbia Gulf Transmission Gas Pipeline and one intrastate pipeline
  • The pipeline has 4 Compressor Stations
    • Carthage Compressor Station – approximately 18,940 hp at MP 0 in Panola County, Texas;
    • Cannisnia Compressor Station – approximately 29,275 hp at MP 47.2 in Red River Parish, Louisiana;
    • Bienville Compressor Station – approximately 42,190 hp at MP 77.9 in Bienville Parish, Louisiana; and
    • Chatham Compressor Station – approximately 29,275 hp at MP 113.7 in Jackson Parish, Louisiana.


  • 2010 - FERC awarded permission for the project
  • 2010 - Tiger gas pipeline completed
  • 2011 - Expansion project completed

Other Information

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  2. EIA Natural Gas Pipeline Projects 2010-2014
  3. Energy Transfer Partners' Tiger Pipeline Receives FERC Certificate
  4. Energy Transfer Partners Begins Construction on Tiger Pipeline
  5. Energy Transfer Announces the Early Completion of Two Major Interstate Pipelines
  6. Energy Transfer Partners Files Application for Tiger Pipeline Expansion

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