A group of interstate pipelines wants to increase deliverability of Arkoma basin gas to serve markets in the U.S. Northeast. Another 550 MMcfd of gas will become available from eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas if the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approves a series of related filings by Ozark Gas Pipeline Corp. and subsidiaries of Tenneco Gas, Columbia Gas System Inc., and Arkla Inc. Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co., a subsidiary of Tenneco Gas; and Columbia Gulf Transmission Co., a unit of Columbia Gas, are seeking a FERC permit to lay a 550 MMcfd pipeline-the GI line-to move Arkoma gas from Arkla's AC pipeline near Glendale, A...

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