The Golden Pass Pipeline is a 69-mile long, FERC-regulated interstate pipeline originating at the Golden Pass LNG Terminal in Sabine Pass, Texas. The pipeline is capable of transporting an average of 2 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day. With nine interconnects to intrastate and interstate pipelines, the pipeline provides access to major markets, connecting to both the Houston Ship Channel and major interstate pipelines servicing the Gulf Coast, and midwestern and northeastern United States.
Interconnect Design Capacity
|KM Texas||400 MMcf/d|
|KM Tejas||300 MMcf/d|
|HPL (Texoma)||1,000 MMcf/d|
|Transco C Southwest||1,000 MMcf/d|
|Transco A/B Starks||700 MMcf/d|