Our Natural Gas Pipelines & Services business segment includes gas pipeline systems that provide for the gathering and transportation of natural gas in Colorado, Louisiana, New Mexico, Texas and Wyoming. We lease underground salt dome natural gas storage facilities located in Texas and Louisiana and own an underground salt dome storage cavern in Texas, all of which are important to our natural gas pipeline operations.
Our onshore natural gas pipelines receive natural gas from producers, other pipelines or shippers at the wellhead or through system interconnects and redeliver the natural gas to processing facilities, local gas distributors, industrial or municipal customers, storage facilities or to other onshore pipelines.
This segment also includes our related natural gas marketing activities which generate revenues from the sale and delivery of natural gas to local distribution companies, end-users and others purchased from producers, regional natural gas processing plants and the open market
|Natural Gas Pipelines|
|Facility||Ownership Interest||Lenth (Miles)||Usable
|Texas Intrastate System (1)||Various(2)||6,944||12.9||Enterprise||
Intrastate pipeline system that gathers and transports natural gas from supply basins in Texas and offshore in the Gulf of Mexico for delivery to local gas distribution companies and electric generation and industrial customers.
|San Juan Gathering System||100%(3)||6,073||Enterprise||
Extensive natural gas gathering system serving producers in the San Juan Basin of New Mexico. It delivers production to the Chaco and San Juan natural gas processing facilities, with natural gas ultimately delivered into El Paso Natural Gas Pipeline. It delivers NGL to Mid-America NGL Pipeline and Wingate.
|Permian Basin Gathering System||100%||1,687||Enterprise||
The Permian Basin Gathering System gathers natural gas from the Permian Basin region of Texas and New Mexico for delivery to natural gas processing plants, including our Chaparral, Carlsbad, South Eddy and Waha plants, and delivers processed natural gas into the El Paso Natural Gas and Transwestern pipelines and our Texas Intrastate System.
|Acadian Gas System (1)||100%(3)||1,312||1.3||Enterprise||
Transports natural gas from onshore developments and, through connections with offshore pipelines, Gulf of Mexico production to local gas distribution companies, electric generation and industrial customers, including those in the Baton Rouge-New Orleans-Mississippi River corridor. Includes Haynesville Extension Pipelines.
|BTA Gathering System (7)||100%||783||Enterprise||
Gathers and treats natural gas from the Haynesville Shale and Bossier, Cotton Valley and Travis Peak formations.
|Jonah Gas Gathering System||100%||761||Enterprise||
Gathers natural gas from the Jonah and Pinedale fields in Wyoming for delivery to regional natural gas processing plants, including our Pioneer facility, and major interstate pipelines.
|Haynesville Gathering Systems||100%||357||Enterprise||
Gathers natural gas produced from the Haynesville and Bossier Shale supply basins and the Cotton Valley and Taylor Sand formations in Louisiana and eastern Texas for delivery to several downstream markets including the Haynesville Extension of our Acadian Gas System.
|Fairplay Gathering System||100%||273||Enterprise||
Gathers natural gas produced from the Haynesville/Bossier Shales and Cotton Valley and Taylor Sand formation in Louisiana and eastern Texas.
|Piceance Basin Gathering System||Colorado||190||Enterprise||
Gathers natural gas from wells in the Piceance Basin located in Colorado.
|White River Hub(4)||50%(5)||10||
Provides natural gas transportation and hub services in northwest Colorado.
|Other (4 systems)(8)||Various (6,7)||1,142||Enterprise||
A system of four pipeline systems located in Texas that gather area production and are integral components of our natural gas storage operations.
- Intrastate and interstate-sourced volumes transported by these systems are regulated by governmental agencies.
- We proportionately consolidate our undivided interests, which range from 22% to 80%, in 1,471 miles of pipeline. Our Wilson natural gas storage facility consists of five underground salt dome natural gas storage caverns with 12.9 Bcf of usable storage capacity, four of which (comprising 6.9 Bcf of usable capacity) are held under an operating lease that expires in January 2028. The remainder of our Texas Intrastate System is wholly owned.
- The Acadian Gas System is wholly owned except for an underground salt dome natural gas storage facility that we hold under an operating lease that expires in December 2018.
- Interstate volumes at this facility are regulated by governmental agencies.
- Our ownership interest in the White River Hub facility is held indirectly through our equity method investment in White River Hub, LLC ("White River Hub").
- We proportionately consolidate our undivided interest in the Indian Springs Gathering System.
- Intrastate volumes transported by the BTA Gathering, Indian Springs Gathering System and Big Thicket Gathering System are regulated by state governmental agencies.
- Other systems consists of: Indian Springs Gathering System, Delmita Gathering System, South Texas Gathering System, and Big Thicket Gathering System
For more information on the assets, please refer to the most recent Form 10-K or Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q and other SEC filings.