ANR launches open season for Lebanon lateral expansion project

By OGJ editors

HOUSTON, Sept. 13 -- ANR Pipeline Co., a unit of Houston-based El Paso Corp., is holding a nonbinding open season through Oct. 11 to gauge shipper interest in additional natural gas capacity on ANR's existing system along the Lebanon lateral in southwest Ohio. Additional capacity will be developed by increasing compression at an existing facility near Glen Karn, Ohio, ANR said.

The project to expand the Lebanon lateral would provide additional capacity by November 2004, ANR said, and would primarily serve Ohio, although shippers could access markets in Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey through other interstate pipeline systems.

Gas supply could be sourced from the Gulf Coast, the Midcontinent, Joliet Hub, or ANR's gas storage fields, the pipeline company said.

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