Northwest Pipeline

overview

The Northwest Pipeline system has changed significantly since its beginnings more than 60 years ago. Today, the pipeline is a primary artery for the transmission of natural gas to the Pacific Northwest and Intermountain Region. What began as a 1,500-mile pipeline is now a 4,000-mile bi-directional transmission system crossing the states of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah and Colorado. Northwest’s bi-directional system provides access to British Columbia, Alberta, Rocky Mountain and San Juan Basin gas supplies.


operational details

System Peak Design Capacity:

Seasonal Storage:

Supply Areas:

Market Areas:

Miles of Transmission Pipeline:

Compressor Stations

24-Hour Emergency Contact:

3.8 million dekatherms per day

14 million dekatherms of capacity

Rocky Mountain, Canada and San Juan

Western United States

3,900 miles of pipeline

41

800-972-7733

Contact

Address:

Phone:

Emergency:

295 Chipeta Way

Salt Lake City, UT 84108

801-583-8800

800-972-7733