Algonquin Gas Transmission Pipeline

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The Algonquin Gas Transmission is a 1,100 miles (1,800 km) long pipeline system, which delivers natural gas to New England. It is connected to the Texas Eastern Pipeline and the Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline. The Algonquin Gas Transmission pipelines transport about 20 billion cubic meters (bcm) of natural gas per annum. It generally receives gas that originated in the Gulf of Mexico, although it also receives gas from an LNG terminal in Massachusetts. The Algonquin Gas Transmission is owned by Spectra Energy Corp.

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