Our Pipelines

Our pipelines help provide access to domestic fuel sources, including clean-burning natural gas.


NET Midstream

NET Midstream provides highly reliable natural gas transportation services to wholesale natural gas customers, using our network of pipeline systems in South Texas. Our customer base includes natural gas distribution companies and electric generation utilities in some of the largest markets in South Texas and Mexico, as well as natural gas producers in the Eagle Ford Shale production area – both of which demand customer-focused, highly reliable services for key wholesale markets.

Florida Southeast Connection

The Florida Southeast Connection pipeline transports natural gas from central to southern Florida to serve the growing needs of Floridians and to improve the region’s natural gas transportation diversity and reliability. The Florida Southeast Connection pipeline interconnects with the two major interstate natural gas pipeline systems in Central Florida.

Sabal Trail Transmission

Sabal Trail Transmission, LLC (“Sabal Trail”), a joint venture of Enbridge, Inc., NextEra Energy, Inc. and Duke Energy, is an approximately 515-mile interstate natural gas pipeline to provide transportation services for power generation needs to Florida Power and Light, and Duke Energy of Florida.


The Wheatland Pipeline transports oil volumes from producers in McKenzie County, North Dakota. The project includes approximately 22 miles of low pressure 8” pipeline and a 10,000-barrel oil storage tank interconnecting with the Enbridge Pipeline Alexander oil terminal.


The Flickertail Pipeline is a 58-mile natural gas pipeline in North Dakota that supports producer volumes in the Bakken shale. Flickertail gathers and transports natural gas and liquids to the Hess-operated Tioga Gas Plant for processing.

Montain Valley Scenery, West Virginia

Pipeline Under Development

Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) project is a natural gas pipeline system that is expected to span approximately 303 miles from northwestern West Virginia to southern Virginia. As an interstate pipeline, it will be regulated by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). The MVP will be constructed and owned by Mountain Valley Pipeline, LLC, which is a joint venture of EQT Midstream Partners, LP; NextEra US Gas Assets, LLC; Con Edison Transmission, Inc.; WGL Midstream; and RGC Midstream, LLC. EQT Midstream Partners will operate the pipeline and own a significant interest in the joint venture.