• history

  • Boardwalk Petrochemical Pipeline, LLC

    Boardwalk Pipeline Partners, LP acquired the Evangeline Pipeline in October 2014.  The Evangeline Pipeline is designed to transport ethylene between Port Neches, Texas and Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where it interconnects with our ethylene distribution system and storage facilities at Boardwalk Louisiana Midstream’s Choctaw Hub.


    Boardwalk Pipeline Partners, LP


    Loews Corporation (NYSE: L) bought Texas Gas Transmission, LLC in 2003 and Gulf South Pipeline Company, LP in 2004.  These two interstate natural gas pipeline companies were consolidated into a new entity – Boardwalk Pipeline Partners, LP – which went public in 2005. Boardwalk placed into service a third interstate natural gas pipeline company, Gulf Crossing Pipeline Company LLC, in 2009.  In 2011, Boardwalk acquired the Petal and Hattiesburg natural gas storage companies, which were merged into Gulf South in 2015. In 2012, Boardwalk acquired Boardwalk Louisiana Midstream, LLC, which diversified Boardwalk’s operations into the liquids business, serving petrochemical markets in southern Louisiana. In 2014, Boardwalk acquired Evangeline ethylene pipeline system, further expanding Boardwalk’s service offerings to petrochemical customers.  In July 2018, Boardwalk became a privately held, wholly owned subsidiary of Loews Corporation.