Natural Gas Distribution
Natural Gas High Pressure Distribution System
The natural gas system is composed of transmission lines comprised of approximately 121 miles of 4", 6", and 8" coated steel pipe. The system begins at the delivery point from Gulf South Pipeline Company's main transmission line at Keego in Escambia County, travels approximately 17 miles northeast to Castleberry, north to Fairview just outside the corporate limits of the city of Evergreen for a distance of approximately 9 miles, due west approximately 15 miles to the town of Repton towards the Conecuh-Monroe county line, southwest approximately 28 miles to Exxon's Big Escambia Creek facility, east approximately 11 miles to Gulf South Pipeline Company's main transmission line at Keego in Escambia County. A portion of the system extends from Repton to Alabama River Pulp for a distance of approximately 20 miles.
Natural Gas Distribution System
The natural gas distribution system is comprised of approximately 62 miles of 2" through 4" steel pipe, 127 miles of 4" through 8" steel pipe, and 106 miles of 2" through 4" plastic pipe. The total distribution system, therefore, consists of approximately 295 miles of pipe as described above. This system serves 308 square miles in three counties. Leak surveys are conducted annually on all mains and services. The system extends off the transmission system at points in Conecuh, Escambia, and Monroe counties.