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The Gulfstream Natural Gas System

Capacity: 1.300 billion cubic feet per day
Miles: 745 (294 miles in Florida; 15 miles in Alabama & Mississippi; 17 miles offshore processing; 419 miles offshore to Florida)
Diameter: 16-36 inches
Phase I Cost:  $1.6 billion
Compression: 3 stations, 168,000 total horsepower
Supply Area: Mobile Bay, East Louisiana & Mississippi
Construction:
  • Began June 1, 2001
  • Phase I in-service May 28, 2002
  • Phase II in-service Feb. 2005
  • Phase III in-service Aug. 2008
  • Phase IV in-service Oct. 2008 & Jan. 2009
  • Phase V in-service April 2011
Firsts:
  • Largest pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico.
  • First interstate pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico.
  • First offshore pipeline to come onshore in Florida.
  • First new natural gas pipeline serving Florida in more than 40 years.
Office Locations: Operations Headquarters
1905 Intermodal Circle, Suite 310
Palmetto, FL 34221
(941) 723-7100
Station 410
6301 Rock Road
Coden, AL 36523
(251) 873-2500

Station 420
4610 Buckeye Road
Palmetto, FL 34221

Business Office
2701 Rocky Point Drive, Suite 1050
Tampa, Florida 33607
(813) 288-1811

Gas Control: (800) 440-8475
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    Gulfstream Natural Gas System, L.L.C.
    Operations Headquarters
    4610 Buckeye Road
    Palmetto, FL 34221

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