Columbia Gulf Transmission

Columbia Gulf Transmission is an interstate pipeline system consisting of approximately 3,400 miles of pipeline and 11 compressor stations with nearly half-a-million horsepower, located primarily in Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee and Kentucky.

Interconnected to virtually every major pipeline system operating in the Gulf Coast, Columbia Gulf provides significant access to both diverse gas supplies and markets. Columbia Gulf provides service to a variety of on-system customers and to pipeline interconnects serving markets in the Midwest, Southeast and Northeast.

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Our growing operation provides many opportunities to develop your skills and talents, and build a thriving career in our exciting industry. If you're dedicated to innovation and interested in a career in which you can take price, Columbia Gulf Transmission is the place for you.

We Bring More than Energy to the Gulf Coast

We have a shared interest in the strength and stability of the communities that we serve, and we're proud of our role in helping to improve these communities – communities where our customers and our employees live and work. In collaboration with other Columbia Pipeline Group companies, as well as NiSource, Columbia Gulf Transmission provides funding and encourages volunteers support for non-profit organizations in the areas of:

  • Human needs
  • Education
  • Local impact
  • Public safety
Columbia Gulf Transmission

Safety is Our Focus – From Design to Delivery
At Columbia Gulf Transmission, we know that pipeline safety starts long before natural gas begins to flow. And we believe that our primary responsibility is to ensure public safety through responsible operations. We are committed to protecting the safety and well-being of our employees and the members of the communities in which we operate. Natural gas pipelines are subject to not only our own stringent internal controls but also must meet rigorous federal and state requirements and oversight.

Our operating facilities are kept under a constant watch 24 hours a day, seven days a week by the staff at our Gas Control monitoring centers. Team members working in these centers continuously gather and monitor data from pipelines and related facilities across our operating system and can control the flow of gas throughout our pipeline network.