Maintained EPNG - Gallup, NM

El Paso Natural Gas Company

El Paso Natural Gas Company’s 50-year history with the Navajo Nation is one of cooperation, camaraderie, and mutual respect that El Paso looks forward to continuing for years. Since 1947, when then-El Paso President Paul Kayser developed plans to construct a 450-mile, 24-inch diameter natural gas pipeline that would transport San Juan Basin natural gas into southern California, El Paso has nurtured its relationship with the Nation. Construction plans called for about half the proposed pipeline to be built through the Nation to Topock, Arizona. El Paso worked with the Nation and individual tribe members to forge a longstanding, close relationship as the company’s representatives secured rights of way across Navajo lands. That relationship has been vital to providing much-needed natural gas supplies to the West Coast from the San Juan, Permian, and Anadarko basins as well as the Rocky Mountains.

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In October El Paso, donated a backhoe to the Bird Springs chapter. The back hoe will allow the community to maintain roads, repairs drainage, install utilities, and prepare burial sites

Gallup, NM Compressor Station

Company Name:
El Paso Natural Gas Company
Facility Name:

Gallup, NM Compressor Station
Tohatchi, NM
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Permit #:
Application Received:

Public Notice:
NNEPA Operating Permit Review:

Final Action:

Permit Information

Permit Type:
Title V Operating Permit
Final Permit Information:

Type of Permit Action:
Permit Renewal
Description of Proposed Modification:

This permit is for:

Entire Facility

Applicable Requirements:

To view available PDF copy of Permit please see list Below.
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Title V Permit (PDF) (30pp, 1.78MB)
Responses to Comments (PDF) (19pp, 164KB)
Statement of Basic (PDF) (13pp, 125KB)


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