Texas Eastern Transmission (TETCO) Gas Pipeline
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Texas Eastern Transmission (TETCO) Gas Pipeline is an operating natural gas pipeline.
The pipeline runs from the Gulf of Mexico in Texas and Louisiana up through Mississippi, Arkansas, Tennessee, Missouri, Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, and Pennsylvania to deliver gas in the New York City area.
- Operator: Texas Eastern Transmission, LP
- Parent Company: Enbridge
- Current capacity: 10810 Million cubic feet per day
- Proposed capacity:
- Length: 9,098 miles / 14,639 km
- Status: Operating
- Start Year: 1942
Texas Eastern Transmission (TETCO) is operated by Texas Eastern Transmission, LP, which is owned by Enbridge.
Spectra Energy and Conocophillips have proposed a joint expansion project called the TEMAX Project that would add 33 miles of pipeline to the system, stretching from Clarington, Ohio to Delta, Pennsylvania. It would add 395 million cubic feet per day of capacity and cost $500 million. The project includes construction of pipeline, looping and replacement of compressor stations and is is preparing to pre-file with FERC.
In January of 2019 an explosion in the pipeline injured two people and destroyed two homes in Noble County, Ohio.
Articles and resources
- Texas Eastern Transmission (TETCO) Gas Pipeline, Enbridge website, accessed January 2018
- Company Overview of Texas Eastern Transmission, LP, Bloomberg, accessed January 2018
- Planned Projects, Pipeline News, accessed October 2018
- Enbridge pipeline explosion in Ohio damages homes, sends flames shooting into sky, Global News, accessed January 2019
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