Tennessee Gas Pipeline is a 13,900-mile pipeline that transports natural gas from Louisiana, the Gulf of Mexico and south Texas to the northeast section of the United States, including New York City and Boston. The pipeline spans approximately 870 miles in Ohio, from the southern tip of the state, northward, just west of Akron.
Kinder Morgan’s Cochin pipeline system consists of an approximate 1,900-mile, 12-inch diameter multi-product pipeline which spans from Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, Canada to Windsor, Ontario, Canada. The pipeline traverses three provinces in Canada and seven states in the United States transporting light hydrocarbon liquids between the U.S. and Canada. A portion of the line cuts through the northwest corner of Ohio for approximately 50 miles.
In 2014, the western portion of the pipeline was reversed to move light condensate westbound from the new Kinder Morgan Cochin terminal in Kankakee County, Illinois, to existing terminal facilities near Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, Canada. As part of the Utopia Pipeline Project, Kinder Morgan will repurpose approximately 80 miles of the eastern portion of the existing pipeline in order to move ethane and ethane-propane mixtures from Harrison County, Ohio to Ontario, Canada.