Texas Gas Transmission

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Texas Gas Transmission, LLC
Founded 1948 (1948)
Headquarters Owensboro, KY, U.S.A.
Key people H. Dean Jones II, President
Products Natural Gas Pipeline
Parent Boardwalk Pipeline Partners, LP
Website www.txgt.com

Texas Gas Transmission is a natural gas pipeline which brings gas from the Louisiana Gulf coast up through Arkansas, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Kentucky, to supply gas to Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio. It is owned by Boardwalk Pipelines. Its FERC code is 18.[1]

Texas Gas was created in 1948 with the merger of Memphis Natural Gas Company and Kentucky Natural Gas Corporation. Since that time, Texas Gas has changed ownership four times. The company was bought by CSX Corporation in 1983; by Transco Energy Corp. in 1989; by Williams in 1995; and by Loews Corporation in 2003.[2]

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