Pipeline Owners. El Paso (53,700 miles) Colorado Interstate Gas Cypress Natural Gas Tennessee Gas Pipeline Mojave Pipeline Southern Natural Gas Gulf States Pipeline Co. ANR Florida Gas Transmission 50%. Duke (11,931 miles) Texas Eastern (9,088 miles) Alabama-Georgia Energy System
Buccaneer Gas Pipeline-50%
Transcontinental Gas Pipeline
Gulf Stream Nat. Gas-50%
Texas Gas Transmission
Pipeco (formerly Enron) (30,000 miles)
Northern Natural Gas
Northern Border Pipeline
Florida Gas Transmission Co.
PG&E (Pacific Gas & Electric)
Florida Gas Transmission-50%
Buccaneer Gas Pipeline-50%Pipeline Owners
Natural Gas Pipeline Co. of America
Kinder Morgan Interstate Gas Trans.
Rocky Mountain Natural Gas
Kinder Morgan Texas Pipeline
Northern Gas Company
Trailblazer Pipeline Co.
Red Cedar Gathering Company (owns 49% with S. Ute Indian Tribe)
Transcolorado Gas Transmission
Reliant Energy (56,020 miles)
Reliant Energy ARKLA
Reliant Energy Minnegasco
Ni Source, Inc. (12,750 miles)
Bay State Gas
Columbia Gas of KY
Columbia Gas of MD
Columbia Gas of OH
Columbia Gas of PA
Columbia Gas of VA
Columbia Gas Trans. Co.
Cross Roads Pipeline Co.
Columbia Gulf Trans. Co.Pipeline Owners
LIUNA on Pipeline work
Assets of LIUNA include:
Annual expenditures of LIUNA include $74,000,000 on training.
The IUOE on Pipeline work
The International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE) was chartered in 1896 as the National Union of Steam Engineers of America. Currently the IUOE represents over 400,000 highly skilled and trained construction, operating and maintenance workers focusing on providing expertise in the operation of pipeline equipment and maintaining an incident-free work environment. It strives to provide clients with optimum return for every dollar they spend on each project.
Assets of the IUOE include:
Annual expenditures of IUOE include $62,000,000 on training.
The United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry (UA) was formed in 1889. Currently the UA represents almost 300,000 members engaged in the fabrication, installation and servicing of piping systems. The UA depends on its highly trained and motivated workforce to meet the needs of both contractors and owners.
The UA on Pipeline work
Assets of UA include:
Annual expenditures of UA are in excess of $100,000,000 on training.
The IBT on Pipeline work
The International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT) was formed in 1899, as the Team Drivers International Union with an initial membership of 1,700. By 1949 the IBT represented one million workers. Today, the IBT represents over 1.4 million workers and remains active in the construction industry.
Assets of the IBT include:
Annual expenditures of IBT include $3,000,000 on training.
It is anticipated that over the next 20 years that the pipeline industry will require:
representing over $150 billion in construction costs which will require 600 million hours of employment.
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In the State(s) of:
International Union of Operating Engineers
United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices
of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry
International Brotherhood of Teamsters