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U.S. Pipelines

At Spectra Energy, we transport natural gas thousands of miles through a complex network of pipelines, designed to safely, quickly and efficiently transport natural gas from its origin to areas of high demand. 

The Algonquin Gas Transmission pipeline transports 2.74 Bcf/d of natural gas through 1,129 miles of pipeline.

Location

New England, New York & New Jersey

Length

1,129 miles

Peak Day Capacity

2.98 Bcf/d

operator

Spectra Energy

Ownership

100% Class A membership interest Spectra Energy Partners, LP
40% Class B membership interest Spectra Energy Partners, LP
40% Class B membership interest Eversource Energy
20% Class B membership interest National Grid plc

Class A membership interests provides rights and obligations related to all businesses of Algonquin (including the Access Northeast project)

Class B membership interests provide rights and obligations related solely to the Access Northeast project

 
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The Big Sandy Pipeline has market delivery capability of 0.23 Bcf/d of natural gas with access to the Huron Shale and Appalachian Basin.

Location

Eastern Kentucky

Length

67 miles

Peak Day Capacity

0.23 Bcf/d

Ownership

100% Spectra Energy Partners, LP

Operator

Spectra Energy

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With 1,525 miles of pipeline, East Tennessee can deliver 1.86 Bcf/d of natural gas to meet the growing energy demands of the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic. 

Location

Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia & North Carolina

Length

1,525 miles

Peak Day Capacity

1.86 Bcf/d

Ownership

100% Spectra Energy Partners, LP

Operator

Spectra Energy

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Gulfstream has the capacity to deliver 1.30 Bcf/d of natural gas to Florida - that's enough to produce electricity for 4.5 million homes.

Location

Gulf Coast, Florida

Length

745 miles

Peak Day Capacity

1.30 Bcf/d

Ownership

50% Spectra Energy Partners, LP
50% Williams Partners L.P.

Operator

Williams

Gulfstream Natural Gas mini map

The Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline brings offshore, onshore and LNG-sourced natural gas from Atlantic Canada to North American markets.

Location

U.S.: Massachusetts, New Hampshire & Maine
Canada: New Brunswick & Nova Scotia 

Length

346 miles U.S.; 543 miles Canada

Peak Day Capacity

0.83 Bcf/d in U.S.
0.55 Bcf/d in Canada

Ownership

U.S.: 77.53% Spectra Energy Partners, LP, 12.92% Emera Inc, 9.55% ExxonMobil Corporation
Canada: 77.53% Spectra Energy, 12.92% Emera Inc, 9.55% ExxonMobil Corporation

Operator

M&N Operating Company, LLC, in U.S.
Westcoast Energy Inc., in Canada

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Spectra Energy Partners owns the 366-mile Ozark Gas Transmission FERC-regulated interstate natural gas transportation system. The system extends from southeastern Oklahoma through Arkansas to southeastern Missouri and has significant interconnectivity.

Location

Oklahoma, Arkansas & Missouri

Length

366 miles Ozark Gas Transmission
330 miles Ozark Gas Gathering

Peak Day Capacity

0.17 Bcf/d

Ownership

100% Spectra Energy Partners, LP

Operator

Spectra Energy

Ozark Gas Transmission mini map

Southeast Supply Header links the onshore natural gas supply basins of East Texas and Northern Louisiana to Southeast markets now predominantly served by offshore natural gas supplies from the Gulf of Mexico. 

Location

Louisiana, Mississippi & Alabama

Length

287 miles

Peak Day Capacity

1.09  Bcf/d

Ownership

50% Spectra Energy Partners, LP
50% Enable Midstream

Operator

Spectra Energy, Enable Midstream

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With 9,096 miles of pipeline, Texas Eastern Transmission (Texas Eastern) connects Texas and the Gulf Coast with high demand markets in the Northeast United States, supplying fuel for electric generation facilities and helping to meet peak-day demands.

Location

Gulf Coast to Northeast United States

Length

9,096 miles

Peak Day Capacity

10.81 Bcf/d

Ownership

100% Spectra Energy Partners, LP

Operator

Spectra Energy

Texas Eastern Transmission mini map