Route Map

Sabal Trail will include approximately 515 miles of interstate natural gas pipeline (86 miles in Alabama, 162 miles in Georgia, 268 miles in Florida) and, initially, at least two compressor stations at the beginning and end of the pipeline system. A total of five stations along the pipeline will be constructed by 2021. The pipeline will be capable of transporting 1 billion cubic feet per day or more of natural gas to serve local distribution companies, industrial users and natural gas-fired power generators in the Southeast markets.

A unique feature of this pipeline system will be its ability to utilize, or parallel, a variety of existing utility and transportation corridors (including the utilization of an existing pipeline system in Alabama), significantly reducing overall impacts for construction and operation.

The natural gas pipeline originates in Alabama, extends to Georgia and ends in Central Florida. A connecting pipeline, to be constructed by others, will complete the delivery to FPL in Martin County, Fla.

Looking for the pipeline route in your county? We invite you to find the direct course by clicking on the state your county is located in:

Quality of Life

Every day, Americans commute to work, charge their phones and do a number of activities that require reliable energy. But how often do we take a moment to stop and consider where our energy comes from?

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Meeting the expanding energy needs of the Southeastern markets and a beautiful environment is not mutually exclusive. Wherever possible, the new pipeline will follow existing right-of-ways to substantially limit environmental impacts.

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Economic Impact

Natural gas is not only powering our lives, but is powering our economy as well. It is anticipated that by 2025, 3.8 million new jobs will be either directly or indirectly related to natural gas.

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