NORTH SEA GAS PIPELINE LINES UP MORE SHIPPERS

05/22/1995
Where CATS' Operations Are Focused (101844 bytes) Central Area Transmission System (CATS) operator Amoco (U.K.) Exploration Co. continues to attract shippers seeking transportation for gas from wells in the central U.K. North Sea. The CATS pipeline and processing system provide a direct 1.6 bcfd link with offshore wells in the area to onshore facilities at Teesside, England. The connection at Teesside provides a gateway for CATS shippers to markets in northern England that account for about 25% of the country's gas consumption. CATS throughput in 1997 is to grow to more than 1.2 bcfd with gas from Erskine and Andrew fields, 150...
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