El Paso Gas Pipeline
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El Paso Gas Pipeline is a proposed natural gas pipeline.
The pipeline brings natural gas from the Permian Basin in Texas and the San Juan Basin in New Mexico and Colorado to West Texas, New Mexico, Nevada, California, and Arizona.
- Operator: Kinder Morgan Energy Partners
- Current capacity: 5600 Million cubic feet per day
- Proposed capacity: Million cubic feet per day
- Length: miles / km
- Status: Operating
- Start Year: 1997
The El Paso Natural Gas (EPNG) pipeline system is owned by Kinder Morgan. In addition delivering natural gas to West Texas, New Mexico, Nevada, California, and Arizona, it also exports some natural gas to Mexico. Historically, EPNG's primary market was California, though the growth of competing pipelines into that market and lack of increased demand since 2001 has led to a decrease in its business there, especially in Southern California. At the same time, EPNG's shipping into Arizona has increased, largely because it was the only pipeline into the fast-growing Phoenix area until the TransWestern Phoenix Lateral came in service in 2009. Its largest customers are Southern California Gas Company, a Sempra Energy subsidiary; Southwest Gas Corporation; and Pacific Gas and Electric Company. Its FERC code is 33.
Articles and resources
- El Paso Gas Pipeline, Wikipedia, accessed September 2017
- El Paso Natural Gas/Mojave Pipeline, Kinder Morgan, accessed Jan. 2018
- Three Digit Pipeline Code List for Index of Customers (Form 549B), FERC, accessed Jan. 2018
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