Boardwalk primarily provides transportation and storage of natural gas and liquids for our customers. Through our subsidiaries, we own and operate approximately 13,805 miles of interconnected natural gas pipelines, directly serving customers in thirteen states and indirectly serving customers throughout the northeastern and southeastern United States through numerous interconnections with unaffiliated pipelines. We also own and operate more than 425 miles of liquids pipelines in Louisiana and Texas.  


In 2018, our pipeline systems transported approximately 2.7 trillion cubic feet (Tcf) of natural gas and approximately 70.8 million barrels (MMBbls) of liquids. Average daily throughput on our natural gas pipeline system during 2018 was approximately 7.3 Bcf. Our natural gas storage facilities are comprised of 14 underground storage fields located in four states with an aggregate working gas capacity of approximately 205 Bcf, and our liquids storage facilities consist of eleven salt-dome caverns located in Louisiana with an aggregate storage capacity of 31.8 MMBbls. We also own five salt-dome caverns and a brine pond for use in providing brine supply services and to support the liquids storage operations.

We serve a broad mix of customers, including producers, local distribution companies (LDCs), marketers, electric power generators, direct industrial users, LNG export facilities and interstate and intrastate pipelines.






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The following is a summary of each of our principal operating subsidiaries:




Texas Gas Transmission, LLC is a bi-directional interstate natural gas pipeline that provides transportation and storage services for customers across our system. We transport natural gas from the Fayetteville, Marcellus and Utica shale plays and Gulf Coast supply areas to end-use markets. We directly serve end-use markets primarily in the Midwest and indirectly serve markets through deliveries into third party pipelines.


The Texas Gas system is composed of approximately 5,975 miles of pipeline having an average daily throughput of approximately 2.8 billion cubic feet (Bcf) per day in 2018. Texas Gas owns nine natural gas storage fields located in Indiana and Kentucky, which have approximately 84.3 Bcf of working gas capacity. Texas Gas also uses its storage capacity to offer firm and interruptible storage services.   

Gulf South Pipeline Company, LP
is located along the Gulf Coast in the states of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida. Gulf South directly serves LDCs and municipalities located across the system, including New Orleans, Louisiana; Jackson, Mississippi; Mobile, Alabama; and Pensacola, Florida; and end-users located across the system, including the Baton Rouge to New Orleans industrial corridor and Lake Charles, Louisiana. Gulf South also has indirect access to off-system markets through numerous interconnections with unaffiliated interstate and intrastate pipelines and storage facilities.

Gulf South has ten natural gas storage facilities. The two natural gas storage facilities located in Bistineau, Louisiana and Jackson, Mississippi, have approximately 83.5 Bcf of working gas storage capacity that  Gulf South uses to offer firm and interruptible storage service, including NNS, and to support pipeline operations.  Gulf South also owns and operates eight high-deliverability salt-dome natural gas storage caverns in Forrest County, Mississippi, having approximately 46.0 Bcf of total storage capacity, of which approximately 29.6 Bcf is working gas capacity and owns undeveloped land that is suitable for up to five additional storage caverns.

Gulf Crossing Pipeline Company, LLC 
is an interstate natural gas pipeline that provides takeaway capacity from the Barnett Shale in Texas and the Caney/Woodford Shale in Oklahoma. It begins near Sherman, Texas extending to the Perryville, Louisiana area.

Boardwalk Field Services, LLC
operates natural gas gathering lines that transport natural gas from our customers' production locations to deliveries into third-party pipelines or gas processing plants. BFS also operates intrastate natural gas pipeline facilities located in South Texas.     

Boardwalk Louisiana Midstream, LLC
 provides transportation and storage services for natural gas, natural gas liquids (NGLs) and olefins and brine supply services for producers and consumers of petrochemicals through two hubs in southern Louisiana - the Choctaw Hub, in the Mississippi River Corridor area, and the Sulphur Hub, in the Lake Charles area. These assets provide approximately 49.5 million barrels (MMBbls) of salt dome storage capacity, including approximately 7.6 billion cubic feet (Bcf) of working natural gas storage capacity; significant brine supply infrastructure; and approximately 260 miles of pipeline assets, including an extensive ethylene distribution system.


Boardwalk Petrochemical Pipeline, LLC, through the Evangeline Pipeline, provides transportation services of ethylene produced along the Gulf Coast to petrochemical customers primarily in the Mississippi River Corridor that are connected to our extensive ethylene distribution and storage system at the Choctaw Hub.


Boardwalk Storage Company, LLC currently has over 7.6 Bcf of working capacity and is located just southwest of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Further cost effective expandability exists at the Choctaw site using existing infrastructure, driven by additional customer needs. The Choctaw Hub is located northeast of the Henry Hub, one of the largest trading points for natural gas in North America, and is uniquely situated in the center of both supply and market demand.










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