Industry Briefs

11/29/1999
Gas distributionSempra Energywas awarded natural gas distribution rights in Nova Scotia. The company said it will build a $1 billion (Can.) system to distribute gas to 78% of Nova Scotia households within 7 years (OGJ, Feb. 15, 1999, p. 36). Maritimes NRG-a consortium led by Irving Oil Ltd.-proposed a smaller system but was outbid by Sempra. The award is subject to approval from the Nova Scotia cabinet. The gas would come from the $3 billion Sable Offshore Energy Project, an offshore gas field development and related pipeline now nearing start-up (see related brief, next page).PetrochemicalsNova Chemicals Corp.,Calgary, is in preliminary talks to build new petrochemical plants in Qatar an...
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