We are moving ahead and gaining momentum as we expand our total portfolio via project execution and acquisitions.
Thanks to the power of our growing portfolio, we are connecting the largest diverse markets with growing supply.
As we move forward, we'll continue the long-standing focus on execution with the goal of delivering projects on time and on budget, as well as securing contracts for new projects that will further fuel the next stage of our growth.
Pipelines cannot be constructed overnight, and we keep safety above all else throughout the entire construction process.
The Access Northeast Project is designed to advance a customized solution to New England’s electric challenges.
The Access Northeast project addresses the “last mile” of pipeline capacity necessary to meet the growing natural gas transportation needs of electric generation companies throughout New England on the coldest days of the year when demand for power is greatest.
The Atlantic Bridge Project, an expansion of the Algonquin Gas Transmission (Algonquin) and Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline (Maritimes) interstate pipeline systems, will transport significant and diverse natural gas supplies to the New England states and the Canadian Maritime provinces.
The Bayway Lateral Project is a proposed lateral pipeline that will be constructed to deliver natural gas from the existing Texas Eastern Transmission system in Linden, New Jersey, to the Bayway Refinery site in Linden and Elizabeth, New Jersey.
The Texas Eastern Gulf Markets Expansion Project provides supply access solutions to meet the needs of demand growth in the power, industrial and LNG export sectors particularly in the Gulf Coast region of Louisiana and Texas.
Texas Eastern’s Marcellus to Market Project will provide both producer and market shippers with the opportunity to obtain new incremental firm transportation service from liquid supply points in the Appalachian region to an array of liquid market points in the Northeast United States.
Up to 125 dekatherms per day (Dth/d) of PennEast receipts and up to 75 dth/d of AGT-Ramapo, AGT-Mahwah or TETLP-Lambertville with 62.5% of total receipt capacity from PennEast ; scalable receipts from Berne to Uniontown area
Additional pipeline transportation infrastructure is needed in the upper U.S. Midwest and eastern Canadian regions to support growing demand for clean-burning natural gas and to help offset the decline in traditional western Canadian supplies available to serve these markets.
To meet this need, the proposed NEXUS Gas Transmission (NEXUS) system will move growing, critically needed supplies of Appalachian shale gas to high-demand markets in the U.S. Midwest, including Ohio, Michigan, Chicago and Ontario, Canada.
The PennEast Pipeline will reliably meet growing energy demand in New Jersey and Pennsylvania while providing environmental and economic benefits to the region, and will transport enough clean, affordable and abundant natural gas to serve 4.7 million homes.
10% Spectra Energy Partners, LP Other partners include: AGL Resources; NJR Pipeline Company, a subsidiary of New Jersey Resources; PSEG Power LLC; South Jersey Industries; and UGI Energy Services (UGIES), a subsidiary of UGI Corporation
Sabal Trail Transmission, LLC, a joint venture of Spectra Energy Partners, LP, NextEra Energy, Inc., and Duke Energy Corporation, is an interstate natural gas pipeline project that will transport over 1 billion cubic feet (per day) of natural gas over nearly 515 miles of interstate natural gas pipeline through Alabama, Georgia and Florida.
The Salem Lateral Project will create the pipeline capacity necessary to deliver cost effective supplies of clean burning natural gas from our existing Algonquin Gas Transmission pipeline system to the Salem Harbor Station facility, which Footprint Power Salem Harbor Development, LP will redevelop into a natural gas-fired electric generating plant.
The upper U.S. Midwest and eastern Canadian regions require additional pipeline infrastructure to support the growing demand for clean-burning natural gas. Additional pipeline infrastructure is crucial to offsetting the impact of the decline in traditional western Canadian supplies available to serve these markets.