Profile: TC PipeLines LP (TCP)
2 Dec 2016
TC PipeLines, LP, incorporated on December 16, 1998, is a limited partnership company that acquires, owns and participates in the management of energy infrastructure businesses in North America. The Company's pipeline systems transport natural gas in the United States. The Company is managed by its General Partner, which is an indirect subsidiary of TransCanada. The Company has approximately four pipelines and equity ownership interests in over three natural gas interstate pipeline systems that are collectively designed to transport approximately 9.1 billion cubic feet per day of natural gas from producing regions and import facilities to market hubs, and consuming markets primarily in the Western, Midwestern and Eastern United States. All of its pipeline systems are operated by subsidiaries of TransCanada. The Company's pipeline systems include Gas Transmission Northwest LLC (GTN), Northern Border Pipeline Company (Northern Border), Bison Pipeline LLC (Bison), Great Lakes Gas Transmission Limited Partnership (Great Lakes), North Baja Pipeline, LLC (North Baja), Tuscarora Gas Transmission Company (Tuscarora) and Portland Natural Gas Transmission System (PNGTS).
The Company owns approximately 100% interest in GTN. GTN extends between an interconnection near Kingsgate, British Columbia, Canada at the Canadian border and a point near Malin, Oregon at the California border and delivers natural gas to the Pacific Northwest and to California. Its GTN pipeline has a length of approximately 1,380 miles.
The Company owns approximately 50% interest in Northern Border. Northern Border extends between the Canadian border near Port of Morgan, Montana to a terminus near North Hayden, Indiana, south of Chicago. Northern Border is capable of receiving natural gas from Canada, the Williston Basin and Rocky Mountain area for deliveries to the Midwest. Its Northern Border pipeline has a length of approximately 1,410 miles.
The Company owns approximately 100% interest in Bison. Bison extends from a location near Gillette, Wyoming to Northern Border's pipeline system in North Dakota. Bison transports natural gas from the Powder River Basin to Midwest markets. Its Bison pipeline has a length of approximately 300 miles.
The Company owns approximately 46.45% interest in Great Lakes. Great Lakes connect with the TransCanada Mainline at the Canadian border near Emerson, Manitoba, Canada and St. Clair, Michigan, near Detroit. Great Lakes is a bi-directional pipeline that can receive and deliver natural gas at various points along its system. Its Great Lakes pipeline has a length of approximately 2,110 miles.
The Company owns approximately 100% interest in North Baja. North Baja extends between an interconnection with the El Paso Natural Gas Company pipeline near Ehrenberg, Arizona and an interconnection with a natural gas pipeline near Ogilby, California on the Mexican border. North Baja is a bi-directional pipeline. Its North Baja pipeline has a length of approximately 90 miles.
The Company owns approximately 100% interest in Tuscarora. Tuscarora extends between the GTN pipeline near Malin, Oregon to its terminus near Reno, Nevada and delivers natural gas in northeastern California and northwestern Nevada. Its Tuscarora pipeline has a length of approximately 310 miles.
The Company owns approximately 49.9% interest in PNGTS. PNGTS connects with the TransQuebec and Maritimes Pipeline (TQM) at the Canadian border to deliver natural gas to customers in the Unites States northeast. TransCanada owns approximately 11.81% of PNGTS. Its PNGTS pipeline has a length of approximately 290 miles.
TC PipeLines LP
700 Louisiana St Ste 700
HOUSTON TX 77002-2700