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North Baja

North Baja is a bi-directional system extending from Arizona to an interconnection near Ogilby, California on the Mexican border. North Baja serves local distribution companies and power generators in Southern California and the Baja Peninsula of Mexico.

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North Baja compressor facility

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North Baja map

Asset information

TCP Ownership

100%

Began operations

2002

Length

86 miles

Capacity

600 MMcf/d – northbound
500 MMcf/d – southbound

Compressor stations

1

Primary supply sources

El Paso pipeline interconnect,
Gasoducto pipeline interconnect

Originates near:

Ehrenberg, Arizona

Terminates near

Ogilby, California

Primary markets served

Southwest California – SoCal LDC

Organic growth projects

The potential $90 million North Baja XPress expansion project provides the opportunity to benefit from LNG exports, with the addition of a single compressor within an existing compressor site. Subject to permitting and a final investment decision, the project has a potential in-service date as early as November 2022.

Documents and Maps

More information

North Baja XPress Project Webpage

For the latest information on contracts, customers and other details see TC PipeLines, LP Partnership Profile (updated quarterly)

For commercial information visit TCPlus.com