Regency’s transportation assets consist of interstate and intrastate pipelines that receive gas from Regency-owned and third-party gathering systems, processing plants and pipelines. The gas is then delivered to end-users, local distribution companies and other transmission pipelines.
- Regency Intrastate Gas System - Regency owns a 49.99% general partnership interest in the RIGS Haynesville Joint Venture, which includes a 450-mile intrastate pipeline known as the Regency Intrastate Gas System that is operated by Regency
- Midcontinent Express Pipeline - Regency owns a 50% interest in the Midcontinent Express Pipeline LLC (MEP), a 500-mile interstate pipeline operated by Kinder Morgan Partners that moves supply from existing production and the more recently-developed Woodford Shale in Oklahoma and Barnett Shale in Texas into high-demand eastern U.S. markets
- Gulf States Transmission LLC - Regency owns a 10-mile interstate natural gas pipeline, known as Gulf States, that extends from Harrison County, Texas to Caddo Parish, Louisiana, which ties into the RIGS Legacy System.
RIGS, MEP and Gulf States provide firm and interruptible transportation services in accordance with their terms and conditions of service.