The ANR Pipeline was founded in 1945 as the Michigan-Wisconsin Pipe Line. Built as part of America’s post-war expansion, the pipeline transports natural gas from Texas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana to cities and towns in Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois and Ohio.
The two major legs of ANR Pipeline converge near Chicago. ANR also provides access to TransCanada’s extensive natural gas storage operations in Michigan.
As a result of a major capital program, natural gas can now flow in either direction on ANR.
Thanks to our commitment to pipeline safety and security, ANR is poised to support the Midwest for many years to come.
For commercial information, visit ANRPL.com.
One of North America's largest natural gas pipeline systems
Approximately 10,600 miles (17,059 km) in length
Peak delivery capacity of more than six billion cubic feet of natural gas per day
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With approximately 10,600 miles (17,059 km) of pipeline, ANR connects markets in Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, and Ohio with supply in Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana.
Explore the infrastructure and facilities that make up ANR pipeline.
ANR Pipeline is governed according to regulations outlined by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). It is also subject to rules and regulations of the Department of Energy administered by the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, and the Environmental Protection Agency.
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|A key component in maintaining the integrity of our facilities is input from all stakeholders: Indigenous communities, landowners and governments. If you have questions or concerns, please let us know.|