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The Natural Gas Pipeline of America (NGPL) transports natural gas from Texas’ Permian Basin and the Gulf of Mexico to the Midwest and Great Lakes Region, terminating in Chicago, where it supplies 60% of the city’s natural gas. The pipeline has two legs—one which goes to New Mexico (the Gulf Coast Line) and the other which goes to Texas (the Amarillo Line). An interconnect links the two pipelines near its geographic center in Oklahoma such that the entire system resembles a capital “A.” The pipeline system comprises over 10,000 miles of pipeline and one of the largest underground storage networks in the United States, with 13 facilities capable of injecting 260 BCF, about 7% of the nation’s total capacity. Click for more information: NGPL Pipeline

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