Transwestern Pipeline Co., Houston, secured contracts to anchor a 340 MMcfd expansion of its mainline system and a proposed 520 MMcfd supply lateral into the San Juan basin of Northwest New Mexico. Several other pipelines around the U.S. also reported new developments: Florida Gas Transmission Co., Houston, received Federal Energy Regulatory Commission clearance to open its system Aug. 1 and expand it by 100 MMcfd, to 925 MMcfd, by fall 1991. ANR Pipeline Co., Detroit, completed hydrostatic testing of its 98 mile Lebanon extension in the Midwest. TransColorado Gas Transmission Co., Denver, filed for FERC...

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