Iroquois Gas Transmission System, L.P., a limited partnership of four U.S. and Canadian energy companies, owns and operates a 416-mile interstate natural gas pipeline extending from the U.S.-Canadian border at Waddington, NY, through New York State and western Connecticut to its terminus in Commack, NY, and from Huntington to the Bronx, NY.
Iroquois was created in 1985 as a cooperative venture with a promise to bring reliable supplies of competitively priced natural gas into the Northeast. Since commencing full operations in 1992, Iroquois has continued to fulfill that promise by providing supply diversity and safe, reliable delivery of natural gas to meet the growing needs of the Northeast, while maintaining an ongoing involvement that contributes to the economic opportunity and quality of life in the towns, cities and regions we serve and pass through.
Iroquois’ wholly owned subsidiary, the Iroquois Pipeline Operating Company, headquartered in Shelton, Connecticut, is the agent for and operator of the pipeline. Iroquois does not produce the natural gas it carries nor does it own it; we simply transport it for various shippers to other transmission pipelines, power plants and local distribution companies who then bring it to the places we work and live.