Canadian natural gas export pipeline race heating up

08/25/1997
Welding is shown under way on the TransCanada PipeLines Ltd. (TCPL) mainline expansion. Photo courtesy TCPL. Proposed Canadian and U.S. Natural Gas Pipeline System [47,155 bytes] Price of Alberta Gas Delivered to Major U.S. Markets [43,164 bytes] How Pipeline Capacity to the U.S. Midwest and Northwest Regions Breaks Out [46,572 bytes] Canada's natural gas pipelines are in a crowded race to add new export capacity to U.S. markets, but some competitors are expected to lag or change before their projects reach the finish line. Analysts and industry sources concede the market will decide which projects proceed-and when. An esti...
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