Arkla Inc. is seeking permission to change certain ownership and shipping rights on its Midcontinent gas pipelines serving U.S. interstate markets. Bare bones of the company's plan have emerged in related Federal Energy Regulatory Commission filings. Among key applications to FERC: Arkla Energy Resources (AER), Shreveport, La., asked for a permit to lay an 84 mile, 300 MMcfd extension to its 221 mile, 1 bcfd Line AC interstate gas pipeline. Pending FERC application approval, AER plans to start construction of the $96.1 million extension by Feb. 1, 1994, with transportation service to begin Sept. 1, 1994. ...

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