Portland Natural Gas Transmission System


Overview

Portland Natural Gas Transmission System is an interstate pipeline that provides natural gas for everything from family homes to paper mills and electricity generating plants across New England. The system opened for business on March 10, 1999, and is strategically located between three major pipeline networks originating in Canada and the southern U.S.

TransCanada operates Portland Natural Gas Transmission System and effectively owns 16.3 percent of the pipeline through a 26.4 percent interest in TC PipeLines, LP.

For commercial information, visit PNGTS.com.