Texas Eastern Transmission Pipeline

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Texas Eastern Pipeline (TETCo) is a major natural gas pipeline which brings gas from the Gulf of Mexico coast in Texas and Louisiana up through Mississippi, Arkansas, Tennessee, Missouri, Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, and Pennsylvania to deliver gas in the New York City area. It is one of the largest pipeline systems in the United States. It is owned by Enbridge. Its FERC code is 17.[1]

This pipeline was built as Big Inch by War Emergency Pipelines (WEP), a consortium of Standard Oil Company of New Jersey, Texas Pipe Line Company, Cities Service, Socony-Vacuum Oil, Gulf Oil, Consolidated Oil, Shell Oil, Atlantic Refining, Tidewater Associated Oil, Sun Oil and Pan American Petroleum and Transport Company.

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