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The ANR Pipeline delivers gas from Texas, the Oklahoma panhandle, and Louisiana, to markets in the Midwest and Great Lakes. It has two legs, one from Texas and the other from Louisiana, which meet near Chicago. The pipeline boasts 10,350 miles of pipe and four underground storage fields with 250 BCF of underground storage capacity, among the largest in the US. Originally called the Michigan-Wisconsin Pipeline, the name was changed to the ANR Pipeline in 1985 after its parent company, American Natural Resources. In 1985, American Natural Resources was acquired by Coastal Corporation. El Paso Energy acquired Coastal Corporation in 2001 before selling the pipeline to TransCanada Corporation in 2007. Click for more information: ANR Pipeline.

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