Building a Maine line

You could argue that building a gas pipeline is pretty much the same anywhere, but Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline LLC is doing things just a bit differently in Maine.M&NP is constructing a 204-mile trunk line across Maine and small parts of New Hampshire and Massachusetts. When completed Nov. 1, it will bring Nova Scotia gas to the northeastern U.S.M&NP owners are: Duke Energy Corp. and Westcoast Energy Inc., 37.5% each; and Mobil Corp. and Nova Scotia Power Inc., 12.5% each. Duke is project overseer.On a recent visit, I was impressed by the extent of M&NP`s efforts to satisfy Maine`s concerns about the project.Water challengesTom O`Connor, president of M&N Management Co., observed, "Main...

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