An underwater pipeline, or PIP, is the idea of using an underwater tube to transport natural gas or other liquids through pipes to a point.
While some pipes have already been developed for this purpose, these have not been built or tested.
The new pipe, called the Deepwater Pipeline, uses a similar concept to a standard water pipe.
It connects the natural gas piping system in a large container to a smaller container on the outside of the house, where it is filled with water.
The pipe is attached to a wall of piping that connects to the ground to a pump system.
The pipeline is designed to withstand temperatures of up to 1,000 degrees Celsius, which would make it safe for humans.
The pump is designed so that it would not require any maintenance, meaning it can be built in a matter of months.
The Deepwater pipeline was approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in February, with a second approval expected in the first quarter of 2019.
The company behind the project is the Natural Gas Pipeline Corporation, or NRTC.
It was established in 2014 by NRTC Chairman and CEO Bob Jett and his wife, Christine Jett.
The Jetts are also NRTC’s owners, and they are not interested in selling their shares.
The company has said it will spend $2.3 billion to build the pipeline.
The Jett family has been involved with the company since the 1930s, when the family bought a gas station on a remote, rocky property on the northern end of the San Francisco Bay.
The family bought it in the 1970s and built it into a modern gas station that now serves thousands of customers.
The project will be the largest infrastructure project of its kind in the U.S., according to a recent report by the U,S.
Energy Information Administration.
The pipeline would be built on a 2.5-mile (4.6-kilometer) stretch of land that lies between the town of San Bruno and the San Mateo County border.
It will be operated by the California Coastal Commission and the Department of Water Resources.
The first phase of the project will include a 1.5 mile (2.7-kilometre) pipeline connecting the gas station at the San Bruno location with a 1-mile-long underground pipe that would go to the nearby port of San Francisco.
The port is in the middle of a natural gas production facility that has been operating since 2005.
The port, which was built to handle gas imports and export from California, was built in conjunction with the Port of San Diego to handle shipments of natural gas and oil to and from Asia.
The second phase of construction will include the pipeline from the port to the pipeline at the northernmost end of Lake Tahoe.
The Northern California Gas Transmission System, or NCSG, was created in 1995 to transfer gas from the Bay Area to Southern California, and it has a fleet of tanker trucks that carry gas from Lake Tahoes terminal to the Bay area.
The NCSS is a partnership between NRTC, the California Maritime Commission, the state Department of Transportation and the California Department of Conservation and Recreation.
The total cost of the pipeline is $6.3 million, and NRTC estimates that it will take about 10 years to build.