The Iroquois Gas Transmission System is a limited partnership of four U.S. and Canadian energy companies or limited partnerships. The system includes a 416 mile (669 km) interstate natural gas pipeline that extends from the Canadian border at Waddington, New York, onward through New York State and western Connecticut, finally reaching its end point in the Bronx, New York.
The system began operations in 1992 and to this day fulfills its early promise of delivering a supply of safe, reliable natural gas to families and businesses in the many towns, cities and regions it passes through.
TransCanada effectively owns 13.7 percent of the Iroquois pipeline, through a 0.7 percent direct ownership and a 26.4 percent interest in TC PipeLines, LP.
For commercial information, visit Iroquois.com.
We take membership in our communities to heart. Our Community Outreach Program helps us direct financial support to charities and non-profits in the communities we serve.
In 2015, our annual week long activities in support of the United Way raised $50,000 – an amount raised both by our employees and our corporate match contributions.
Iroquois is a proud supporter of both the Connecticut and New York State chapters of the Nature Conservancy. We act as a corporate sponsor and partner with local chapters to fund for projects within our pipeline communities.
Thanks to a grant to Ducks Unlimited, this important leader in wetlands preservation was able to purchase an excavator that was used to restore 30 acres of tidal marsh in Connecticut’s Silver Sands State Park.
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The Iroquois Gas Transmission System includes an interstate natural gas pipeline that extends from the U.S.-Canada border at Waddington, New York, onward through New York State and western Connecticut, finally reaching its end point in the Bronx, New York.
Explore the pipeline, compressor stations and other facilities that make up the Iroquois Gas Transmission System.
The Iroquois Gas Transmission System is 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.|