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  1. Gas pipeline approval more contentious, FERC warns

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    Tue, 29 Aug 2000

  2. CALIFORNIA NATURAL GAS LINE ACTION SIMMERING

    The competition to serve California's growing gas demand with an interstate pipeline has developed a new wrinkle. Los Angeles Department of Water & Power (DWP) has turned to Coastal Corp.'s Wyoming-California Pipeline Co. for natural gas pipeline capacity after negotiations collapsed with the ...

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    Mon, 5 Feb 1990

  3. CALIFORNIA-MEXICO GAS EXPORTS EYED

    Two California utilities have proposed providing natural gas transportation services to Mexico. The arrangement would provide a 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 ...

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    Mon, 10 Feb 1992

  4. SAN JUAN GAS LINE CAPACITY DUE SHARP JUMP

    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 by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. The projects will help solve operational problems and answer safety concerns arising because San Juan ...

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    Mon, 12 Aug 1991

  5. El Paso plans to resolve turnback dilemma

    El Paso Natural Gas Co. has 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 supported by ...

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    Mon, 25 Mar 1996

  6. Gas discovery ups resource base for Aasta Hansteen development

    Discovery well 6706/12-2, drilled by Transocean Ltd.’s Spitsbergen drilling rig for operator Statoil ASA, proved a 105-m gas column in the Nise formation of the Snefrid Nord prospect in the Norwegian Sea.

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    Wed, 18 Mar 2015

  7. OGJ Newsletter

    International news for oil and gas professionals

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    Mon, 23 Mar 2015

  8. Enterprise continues Eagle Ford pipeline expansions

    Enterprise Products Partners LP expects to have its White Kitchen Lateral—a 62-mile, 16-in. OD natural gas pipeline that extends through the Eagle Ford shale in LaSalle and Webb Counties in Texas—in full service by the end of December.

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    Thu, 3 Dec 2009

  9. OGJ Newsletter

    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

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    Mon, 24 May 2010

  10. Broader economic pressures could hamper gas pipeline financing, INGAA president warns

    While US natural gas pipelines remain financially healthy, broader economic conditions could challenge their ability to raise money to expand and maintain their systems, the Interstate Natural Gas Association warned on Jan. 14.

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    Fri, 16 Jan 2009

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

    Three weeks after winning Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approval, a large floating liquefied natural gas terminal, storage and regasification project which has been proposed for construction in Long Island Sound was rejected by New York's state government.

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    Fri, 25 Apr 2008

  12. INGAA: Wider economic pressures could hamper gas pipeline financing

    While US natural gas pipelines remain financially strong, broader economic conditions could challenge their ability to raise money to expand and maintain their systems, the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America warned on Jan. 14.

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    Mon, 19 Jan 2009

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