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  1. Gas pipeline approval more contentious, FERC warns

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    Tue, 29 Aug 2000

    pipelines becomes more difficult, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission warns in a new report. More natural gas pipeline capacity will be needed in the next 5-10 years to transport natural gas to fuel new electric generating plants and to


    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 5 Feb 1990

    s Wyoming-California Pipeline Co. for natural gas pipeline capacity after negotiations collapsed with the competing ..... options to meet its need for reliable and competitive gas pipeline capacity after a letter of intent with Kern River expired


    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 12 Aug 1991

    Gas pipeline capacity out of the San Juan basin in the Four Corners area will increase by more than 1.3 bcfd in two construction projects approved


    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 10 Feb 1992

    second U.S. export sales point at the U.S.-Mexico border and perhaps help alleviate an expected surplus of gas pipeline capacity available to California. Mexico currently imports about 200 MMcfd of U.S. gas via pipelines in Texas (OGJ

  5. El Paso plans to resolve turnback dilemma

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    Mon, 25 Mar 1996

    proposed a settlement designed to resolve its problems with California customers turning back much of its interstate gas pipeline capacity . El Paso filed a comprehensive rate settlement with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission negotiated with and

  6. OGJ Newsletter

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    Mon, 24 May 2010

    gas transmission pipeline subsidiary of MDU Resources Group Inc., announced plans May 19 to expand its existing gas pipeline capacity by about 33% in the Bakken production area in northwestern North Dakota. The proposed expansion would add up

  7. Development constraints limit Turkmen gas export options

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    Mon, 26 Apr 2010

    China's Xinjiang province, where the pipeline connects to China's partially completed Second West-East Gas Pipeline . Capacity of the first export line is about 1.9 bcfd, and the second pipeline will increase China's import capacity

  8. Onshore fields bolstered 2006 US gas output

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    Fri, 20 Apr 2007

    gas production each climbed 5%. Transport and storage To move gas from new wells, crews added 12.3 bcfd of gas pipeline capacity in the US in 2006, 50% more than they laid in 2005 and 44% more mileage. The main driver was gas production

  9. NY State's rejection of Broadwater LNG project does not necessarily create impasse

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    Fri, 25 Apr 2008

    conservation." Finally, he said he would begin to investigate alternative proposals as well as LNG to increase natural gas pipeline capacity to Long Island and the downstate region. "One of my goals as governor is to protect Long Island Sound, by preserving

  10. Electricite de France plans LNG terminal

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    Tue, 10 Oct 2006

    regasification terminal in northern France, taking capacity at the Gate LNG project in the Netherlands, and increasing its gas pipeline capacity through the Netherlands and Belgium. The plans are significant, considering EDF's previous focus on electricity

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