Southern Natural Pipeline

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Southern Natural Pipeline
Country United States
General direction Southeast-Southwest
From Texas-Louisiana
Passes through Alabama-Mississippi
To Georgia-Florida
General information
Type Natural gas
Owner Kinder Morgan
Operator Southern Natural Gas
Contractors Southern Natural Gas Company
Commissioned 1928
Technical information
Length 8,000 mi (13,000 km)

Southern Natural Pipeline (Sonat) is a natural gas pipeline system which brings gas from the Louisiana Gulf of Mexico coast to the southeastern United States. It also has a connection to the Elba Island LNG terminal in Georgia. It is owned by Kinder Morgan and is part of its Birmingham, Alabama based Southern Natural Gas division. Its FERC code is 6.[1]

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