Young Gas is a natural gas storage facility located in Morgan County, Colorado. The facility has a working natural gas storage capacity of approximately 5.8 billion cubic feet. Young Gas is a joint venture owned by Kinder Morgan, Xcel Energy Corporation and Colorado Springs Utilities (CSU). The working storage capacity of the facility is committed to Colorado Interstate Gas Company, L.L.C. and CSU.
Houston Central Plant: 44,000 Bbls/d of fractionation capacity
Kinder Morgan's Houston Central Complex, which is located near the city of Sheridan in Colorado County, is the largest processing plant on the Texas Gulf Coast, and provides treating, processing, NGL fractionation and pipeline transportation services. The complex has approximately 1.1 Bcf/d of cryogenic processing capacity. The facility also includes a 1,300 GPM amine treating system, a 44,000 Bbls/d NGL fractionation facility, a truck rack to facilitate the transport of NGLs and 21,000 barrels of NGL storage capacity.
Eagle Ford Gathering consists of approximately 111 miles of 24- and 30-inch pipeline originating from Kinder Morgan's Freer Compressor Station in Duval County through the heart of the Eagle Ford Shale in McMullen, LaSalle, Dimmit and Webb Counties. It is designed to gather and deliver up to 780,000 MMBtu per day into Kinder Morgan's Laredo-Katy 30-inch pipeline at Freer.
In addition, Eagle Ford Gathering, along with Kinder Morgan Texas and Kinder Morgan Tejas, own and operate approximately 140 miles of 24-inch pipeline originating in LaSalle County, Texas and spanning the Eagle Ford Shale through five other counties ultimately terminating at Houston Central Plant as well as other various liquid handling and slug catching facilities at Freer, Kenedy, Runge, Lavaca County and Sheridan, stabilization facilities at Freer and a JT plant in Refugio County, Texas. These Kinder Morgan facilities deliver rich Eagle Ford gas to its Houston Central Complex in Colorado County, as well as the Formosa Hydrocarbon processing plant in Calhoun County and Williams Field Services' Markham processing plant in Matagorda County. Between its Houston Central Plant, and long term agreements with Formosa and WFS, Kinder Morgan has the capability to gather and process a total of 1,690,000 MMBtu per day.
The Fort Union Gas Gathering system (FUGG) gathers and treats natural gas produced from coal bed methane wells in the Powder River Basin of Wyoming. Kinder Morgan owns 37 percent of Fort Union and its wholly owned affiliate is the Managing Partner. FUGG consists of three parallel 106-mile, 24-inch pipelines with 1.25 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) of throughput capacity and a 1,500 GPM centralized amine treating facility for removal of CO2. The pipelines originate in the Dead Horse area in Campbell County and end near Glenrock in Converse County, where gas is delivered into Kinder Morgan’s interstate natural gas pipelines: Wyoming Interstate Company and Colorado Interstate Gas.
For system maps, construction and maintenance updates and other information, please visit the Fort Union Gas Gathering website.
KinderHawk Field Services LLC (KinderHawk), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Kinder Morgan, is a midstream natural gas company that provides gathering, treating and dehydration services in the prolific Haynesville and Bossier Shale areas of Northwest Louisiana. KinderHawk owns and operates an extensive network of newly-constructed and state-of-the-art gathering, treating and dehydration facilities located in Bossier, Caddo, Webster, Bienville, De Soto, Red River and Sabine Parishes, Louisiana. The KinderHawk system has a capacity well in excess of two billion cubic feet of natural gas per day (2 Bcf/d) with 19 interconnections to major downstream pipelines.
The Oklahoma Systems consist of 10 natural gas gathering systems with 4,600 miles of natural gas gathering pipelines, five natural gas treating facilities and three natural gas processing plants. The Oklahoma systems gather, compress, treat and process compressed gas from wells in Atoka, Blaine, Carter, Cleveland, Coal, Creek, Garvin, Garfield, Grady, Haskell, Hughes, Latimer, Le Flore, Lincoln, McClain, McIntosh, Noble, Okfuskee, Oklahoma, Okmulgee, Osage, Pawnee, Payne, Pittsburg, Pottawatomie, Pontotoc, Seminole, Stephens, Tulsa, Wagoner and Washington counties in Oklahoma.
Enid Gathering System
Kinder Morgan’s Enid Gathering System gathers natural gas from wells in Garfield County, Oklahoma. This system consists of five miles of natural gas gathering pipelines.
Kinta Gathering System
Kinder Morgan’s Kinta Gathering System gathers and treats natural gas (Arkoma Basin) from wells in Haskell, Latimer, Le Flore and Pittsburg Counties, Oklahoma. The system consists of 605 miles of natural gas gathering pipelines.
Matli Gathering System
Kinder Morgan’s Matli Gathering System gathers, compresses and processes natural gas from wells in Blaine County, Oklahoma. The system consists of 85 miles of natural gas gathering pipelines.
Kinder Morgan Midstream’s Milfay system gathers, compresses and processes gas from wells located in Tulsa, Creek, Lincoln, and Okfuskee counties in Oklahoma. The system consists of approximately 360+ miles of gathering pipelines, seven compressor stations, and a 15 MMcf/d propane refrigeration plant. Limited volumes of natural gas can also be delivered from the gathering system to Kinder Morgan’s Paden processing plant on the Stroud system. Residue gas is delivered from the Milfay plant into OGT and NGLs are delivered to ONEOK Hydrocarbon.
Kinder Morgan Midstream’s Mountain systems consist of three separate pipeline gathering systems: Blue Mountain, Cyclone Mountain and Pine Mountain. These systems gather, compress, and treat natural gas from wells in Atoka, Pittsburg and Latimer Counties in the Arkoma Basin of Southeast Oklahoma. The systems consists of approximately 230 miles of gas gathering pipelines and 10 compressor stations with over 35,000 horsepower (hp). Production on the Blue and Pine Mountain systems generally does not require processing or treating. The Cyclone system has amine treating to treat gas from the Lean Woodford Shale. The downstream re-delivery points are Enable and CenterPoint.
Kinder Morgan Midstream’s Osage system gathers, compresses, and redelivers natural gas produced from coal bed methane wells, conventional gas and oil wells, and casinghead natural gas from Mississippi Lime oil wells produced in Noble, Osage, Pawnee, Payne, Tulsa and Washington Counties of Northern Oklahoma. The Osage system consists of approximately 600 miles of pipelines and 12 compressor stations. Lean coal bed methane natural gas is delivered to residue sales pipelines. Rich natural gas is processed at Kinder Morgan Midstream’s Paden plant as part of our Stroud System, which has nitrogen rejection facilities. Residue outlets are Enogex and OGT while NGLs are delivered to ONEOK Hydrocarbons.
Kinder Morgan Midstream’s Stroud system gathers natural gas from wells located in Lincoln, Oklahoma, Pottawatomie, Seminole and Okfuskee Counties of Oklahoma. The Stroud system consists of approximately 940 miles of gas gathering pipelines, 35 compressor stations with over 75,000 horsepower (hp) of compression, and two interconnected processing plants. The Paden plant has inlet condensate stabilization, a 52 million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d) cryogenic unit, a 40 MMcf/d refrigeration unit, and a nitrogen rejection unit. The Harrah plant has two cryogenic units with a combined capacity of 38 MMcf/d. Both the Paden and Harrah plants have the ability operate with reduced ethane recoveries. Both plants deliver NGLs via pipeline to ONEOK Hydrocarbon. The Paden plant has residue natural gas outlets into Enable and OGT. The Harrah plant has a residue gas outlet into Enable.
Twin Rivers System
Kinder Morgan Midstream’s Twin Rivers system gathers natural gas from the rich Woodford Shale and other producing formation wells located in Coal, Hughes, Okfuskee, Okmulgee, Pontotoc and Seminole counties of Oklahoma. The Twin Rivers system consists of approximately 625 miles of gathering pipelines and 13 compressor stations. Gas from the system is currently delivered to the Paden plant and to third-party plants for processing. NGLs are delivered via pipeline to ONEOK Hydrocarbon. Residue natural gas is delivered to residue gas outlets including Enable and CenterPoint.
Woodford Shale Gathering System
Kinder Morgan’s Woodford Shale Gathering System gathers natural gas (Arkoma Basin) from wells located in Hughes County, Oklahoma. The system consists of 57 miles of natural gas gathering pipelines. Kinder Morgan offers third party processing for this system.
The Red Cedar Gathering Company is based in Durango, Colorado and gathers, compresses and treats natural gas from wells in the Ignacio Blanco Field of the Northern San Juan Basin in La Plata County, Colorado. Kinder Morgan owns a 49 percent interest in the Red Cedar Gathering Company, and the Southern Ute Indian Tribe owns 51 percent and operates the company.
The Saint Jo System gathers, compresses, treats and processes natural gas from wells in the Barnet Shale Combo play in Cooke, Denton, Montague and Wise Counties of North Texas. The Saint Jo Plant has condensate stabilization facilities, a 1500 GPM amine treater to remove carbon dioxide, and a 100 million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d) high NGL recovery cryogenic plant with ethane rejection capability. The Saint Jo NGL pipeline transports NGLs from the plant to ONEOK Hydrocarbon's Arbuckle NGL pipeline.
Sheridan Gathering consists of approximately 185 miles of 6-inch to 14-inch pipeline originating at the Houston Central Complex serving Colorado, DeWitt, Lavaca and Wharton Counties in Texas. It is designed to gather and treat field production from the areas surrounding the Houston Central Complex
Kinder Morgan's Upper Gulf Coast system gathers natural gas from counties to the north of Houston, Texas, and transports the product to utilities and industrial customers. In 2012, the company leased a 10,000 Mcf/d refrigeration processing plant to begin providing service to producers in the Woodbine Shale, an emerging rich resource play near our Upper Gulf Coast systems.
Storage Bear Creek Storage Company, L.L.C. (Bear Creek) is located in Bienville Parish, Louisiana. The facility has a working natural gas storage capacity of approximately 59 billion cubic feet. Bear Creek is a joint venture, equally owned by Southern Natural Gas Company, L.L.C. (SNG) and Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company, L.L.C. (TGP), and its working storage capacity is committed equally to TGP and SNG.
Kinder Morgan Keystone Gas Storage (KGS) is a high deliverability, multi-turn bedded salt cavern natural gas storage facility located in the Permian Basin near the Waha natural gas trading hub in West Texas. The KGS facility has seven bedded salt caverns and contains approximately 8.6 billion cubic feet (Bcf) of total gas storage capacity, including a working natural gas storage capacity of approximately 6.4 Bcf. The KGS storage facility is also connected to three large interstate natural gas pipelines – El Paso Natural Gas, Transwestern Pipeline Company and Northern Natural Gas Company.
Elba Island LNG (Elba) is an innovative and flexible small-scale liquefaction plant, with 10 identical Movable Modular Liquefaction units. The facility has a total capacity of approximately 2.5 million tonnes per year of LNG for export, which is equivalent to approximately 350 million cubic feet (MMcf) per day of natural gas. Elba is directly connected to Southern LNG, which provides LNG storage, vaporization and ship loading services.
Elba is owned by the Elba Liquefaction Company, L.L.C, a joint venture between Kinder Morgan, Inc. (NYSE: KMI) and EIG Global Energy Partners (EIG). As a 49 percent partner, EIG owns the liquefaction units and other ancillary equipment. KMI is the operator of the facility and owns 100 percent of certain other facilities. Elba is supported by a 20-year contract with Shell LNG NA, LLC, who is subscribed to 100 percent of the liquefaction capacity.
Southern LNG (SLNG) owns the Elba Island LNG terminal located near Savannah, Georgia. The terminal has 11.5 billion cubic feet (Bcf) of LNG storage capacity and 1,755 million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d) of peak vaporization send-out capacity. It functions as a bi-directional import/export facility, making it ideal to address the changes in natural gas demand. The Elba Island LNG terminal is directly connected to three major pipelines and indirectly to two others, and thus is readily accessible to the southeast and mid-Atlantic markets.
The Gulf LNG Terminal is an LNG unloading, storage and regasification facility located near the City of Pascagoula in Jackson County, Mississippi. It includes two LNG storage tanks, each with a capacity of 160,000 cubic meters. The regasification facilities include eight high-pressure cryogenic pumps and 10 submerged combustion vaporizers with a total rated sendout capacity of 1.5 Bcf/d. The terminal also has a single dock facility that is currently permitted to receive up to 170,000 cubic meter LNG vessels, and it is designed to handle vessels with capacities of up to 250,000 cubic meters.