About U.S. Natural Gas Pipeline: Transporting Natural Gas Energy Information Administration

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About U.S. Natural Gas Pipeline: Transporting Natural Gas  by  Energy Information Administration

About U.S. Natural Gas Pipeline: Transporting Natural Gas by Energy Information Administration
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The U.S. natural gas pipeline network is a highly integrated transmission and distribution grid that can transport natural gas to and from nearly any location in the lower 48 States. The natural gas pipeline gridcomprises:• More than 210 natural gasMoreThe U.S. natural gas pipeline network is a highly integrated transmission and distribution grid that can transport natural gas to and from nearly any location in the lower 48 States. The natural gas pipeline gridcomprises:• More than 210 natural gas pipeline systems.• 300,000 miles of interstate and intrastate transmission pipelines (see mileage table).• More than 1,400 compressor stations that maintain pressure on the natural gas pipeline network and assure continuous forward movement of supplies (see map).• More than 11,000 delivery points, 5,000 receipt points, and 1,400 interconnection points that provide for the transfer of natural gas throughout the United States.• 29 hubs or market centers that provide additional interconnections (see map).• 394 underground natural gas storage facilities (see map).• 55 locations where natural gas can be imported/exported via pipelines (see map).• 5 LNG (liquefied natural gas) import facilities and 100 LNG peaking facilities.



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