Spectra Energy Partners Has Quality Assets
Spectra Energy Partners owns and operates natural gas transportation and storage assets in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Tennessee, Virginia, Florida, Alabama, Louisiana, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and the Gulf of Mexico. These assets are strategically located in geographic regions of the United States where demand - primarily for natural gas for electricity generation - is expected to increase steadily.
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East Tennessee Natural Gas System
Market Delivery Capability of 1.7 Bcf/d of Natural Gas for the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic
Spectra Energy Partners owns and operates the approximately 1,517-mile East Tennessee interstate natural gas transportation system. This system extends from central Tennessee eastward into southwestern Virginia and northern North Carolina, and southward into northern Georgia.
East Tennessee supports the growing energy demands of the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic regions of the United States through its connection to 33 receipt points and 179 delivery points, as well as its market delivery capability of approximately 1.7 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) of natural gas. East Tennessee also owns and operates an LNG storage facility in Kingsport, Tennessee, with working gas storage capacity of 1.1 Bcf and regasification capability of 150 million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d).
Saltville Gas Storage
Working Gas Storage Capacity of Over 5 Bcf and Interconnected with East Tennessee Natural Gas System
Spectra Energy Partners owns 100 percent of the Saltville natural gas storage facilities, which consist of 5.4 Bcf of total storage capacity. Saltville offers high-deliverability salt cavern and reservoir storage capabilities and is interconnected with the East Tennessee Natural Gas system in Virginia. It is strategically located near markets in Tennessee, Virginia and North Carolina.
Ozark Gas Transmission
Market Delivery Capability of 0.5 Bcf/d of Natural Gas with Access to the Fayetteville Shale and Arkoma Basin
Spectra Energy Partners owns and operates the 565-mile Ozark Gas Transmission (OGT) interstate natural gas transportation system. The system extends from southeastern Oklahoma through Arkansas to southeastern Missouri. OGT has connections to 53 receipt points and 28 delivery points, including interconnects with Spectra Energy Corp's Texas Eastern Transmission system, and market delivery capability of approximately 0.5 Bcf/d of natural gas.
Spectra Energy Partners also owns and operates Ozark Gas Gathering system, a fee-based, 365-mile gathering system that accesses the Fayetteville Shale and Arkoma natural gas production that feeds into OGT.
Big Sandy Pipeline
Market Delivery Capability of 0.2 Bcf/day of natural gas with access to the Appalachian Basin and Huron Shale
Spectra Energy Partners owns and operates the 68-mile, FERC-regulated, Big Sandy Pipeline in eastern Kentucky. Big Sandy Pipeline's interconnect with the Tennessee Gas Pipeline system links the Appalachian Basis and Huron Shale natural gas supplies to the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast markets.
Gulfstream Natural Gas System
Market Delivery Capability of 1.3 Bcf/d of Natural Gas for South and Central Florida Markets
Spectra Energy Partners owns a 49 percent interest in the approximately 745-mile Gulfstream interstate natural gas transportation system, which extends from Pascagoula, Mississippi, and Mobile, Alabama, across the Gulf of Mexico and into Florida.
Gulfstream supports the growing south and central Florida markets through its connection to nine receipt points and 23 delivery points and has market delivery capability of 1.3 Bcf/d of natural gas. Spectra Energy and affiliates of The Williams Companies, Inc. own the remaining one percent and 50 percent interests, respectively, in Gulfstream and jointly operate the system.
Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline (M&N US)
Market Delivery Capability of 0.8 Bcf/d of Natural Gas for the Northeast and Atlantic Canadian Markets
Spectra Energy Partners owns a 38.76 percent interest in the 338-mile mainline M&N US interstate natural gas transportation system, which extends from the border of Canada near Baileyville, Maine, to northeastern Massachusetts and has market delivery capability of approximately 0.8 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/day) of natural gas. The pipeline's location and key interconnects with Spectra Energy's transmission system link regional natural gas supplies to the Northeast U.S. and Atlantic Canadian markets.
Aggregate Gas Storage Capacity of About 51 Bcf and Interconnects with 13 Major Natural Gas Pipeline Systems
Spectra Energy Partners owns a 50 percent interest in Market Hub, which owns and operates two high-deliverability salt cavern natural gas storage facilities - Egan and Moss Bluff - located in Acadia Parish, Louisiana, and Liberty County, Texas. These two facilities have aggregate working gas storage capacity of about 51 Bcf and interconnect with 13 major natural gas pipeline systems.
Market Hub's storage facilities offer access to traditional Gulf of Mexico natural gas supplies, onshore Texas and Louisiana supplies, Mid-Continent production, non-conventional (shale and tight-sands) onshore production, and imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to the Gulf Coast. Each facility interconnects with Spectra Energy's Texas Eastern System. Spectra Energy Corp owns the remaining 50 percent interest in Market Hub Partners and operates the system.