Ozark Gas Pipeline Corp., Fort Smith, Ark., will seek approval from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to boost compression on its Ozark Gas Transmission System. Ozark plans to hike throughput capacity to 330 MMcfd from 170 MMcfd by installing two compressor stations totaling almost 20,000 hp on the 20 in. main line in Franklin and Pope counties, Ark. OPEN ACCESS SOUGHT Ozark Gas, a subsidiary of Texas Oil & Gas Corp., also plans to ask FERC for authority to become an open access line. Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. and Columbia Gulf Transmission Co., both of Houston, are considering major extensions to Ozar...

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