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Sabal Trail Transmission

Operated by Enbridge, Sabal Trail Transmission is a 517-mile interstate natural gas pipeline providing transportation services for power generation needs to Florida Power and Light and Duke Energy of Florida.
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Natural Gas 101

As the world transitions to a lower-carbon energy future, natural gas will play a vital role—as a replacement fuel for coal in electricity generation, a low-carbon source of home heating, a lower-emission fuel for heavy-duty vehicles and large transportation fleets, and a complement to the growth of renewable energy. Learn more about the fundamentals of the natural gas industry, and how it gets delivered to you reliably and responsibly.

Frequently Asked Questions


The United States has the largest pipeline network in the world. Data collected by the U.S. Department of Transportation reports that pipelines are one of the safest ways to move energy resources like the natural gas that Sabal Trail transports. Learn more about the pipeline lifecycle for Sabal Trail’s gas transmission assets – everything from design and construction, to operational safety, and pipeline regulations. Click on the links below to view or download a fact sheet.

Pipeline Safety

Ensuring the safety of communities and the environment will always be our top priority—and it’s the foundation of everything we do. Our team devotes hundreds of thousands of hours every year to keeping our systems running smoothly and without incident.


We work hard to earn and maintain the trust of the people and communities who live near our assets and operations.

At Sabal Trail, we believe a community belongs to everyone who lives there. And, no matter who we are or where we live, all of us want to make life better for our families, our friends, our neighbors and ourselves.

Through our robust Public Awareness program, we regularly provide pipeline safety information to the people who live and work along our pipeline routes, as well as public officials, emergency responders, school officials, farmers and excavators. We also work with local first responders to build safety in the communities near our pipelines and facilities.

Call or Click Before You Dig

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Keeping in touch with you is very important to us. That’s why we maintain contact with those neighbors who live near our pipelines and facilities—including communities, landowners, Indigenous and Native American communities, excavators and emergency responders—on an ongoing basis. It’s an opportunity to share important information, hear about your experiences, respond to your questions and update you on Sabal Trail’s safety, prevention and maintenance programs.

Community Investment

We’re committed to improving quality of life within communities where we live and operate, and we do it by partnering with organizations that champion solutions for safety, environmental and social issues.
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Emergency Responders

The safety of the communities near our projects and operations, and the people who live and work along our system remain our highest priority. That’s why we’re proud to support organizations that help keep communities safe.