OVERVIEW - PANHANDLE EASTERN PIPE LINE COMPANY LP
Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line Company LP operates a large natural gas open-access interstate pipeline network consisting of the PEPL, Trunkline and Sea Robin transmission systems. The partnership serves customers in the Midwest, Gulf Coast and Midcontinent United States with a comprehensive array of transportation and storage services. ETP owns 100% of Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line Company. PEPL's transmission system consists of four large-diameter pipelines extending approximately 1,300 miles from producing areas in the Anadarko Basin of Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas through Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and into Michigan.
Trunkline's transmission system consists of two large-diameter pipelines extending approximately 1,400 miles from the Gulf Coast areas of Texas and Louisiana through Arkansas, Mississippi, Tennessee, Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana and to Michigan.
Sea Robin's transmission system consists of two offshore Louisiana natural gas supply systems extending approximately 120 miles into the Gulf of Mexico.
In connection with its natural gas pipeline transmission and storage systems, the Company has five natural gas storage fields located in Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan and Oklahoma. Southwest Gas operates four of these fields and Trunkline operates one.