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  1. ANR launches open season for Lebanon lateral expansion project

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    Fri, 13 Sep 2002

    based El Paso Corp., is holding a nonbinding open season through Oct. 11 to gauge shipper interest in additional natural gas capacity on ANR's existing system along the Lebanon lateral in southwest Ohio. Additional capacity will be developed

  2. OGJ Newsletter

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 8 Oct 2001

    completion in August 2003. The 490 million yuan ($59.2 million) pipeline will have 800 million cu m/year of natural gas capacity , expandable to 1.6 billion cu m/year. As much as 700 million cu m/year of gas is earmarked for power generation

  3. OGJ Newsletter

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    Mon, 26 Apr 2004

    seeking approval for a $138.4 million expansion of its San Juan lateral to provide an additional 375 MMcfd of firm natural gas capacity . Transwestern's proposal involves modifications at compressor stations and construction of 72.6 miles of pipeline

  4. SoCal expands California pipeline capacity

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    Mon, 5 Aug 2002

    natural gas into its intrastate pipeline system from Rocky Mountain sources. The North Needles expansion increased natural gas capacity by 50 MMcfd, providing SoCal Gas with access to supplies from Transwestern Pipeline Co.'s system and Questar

  5. INDUSTRY BRIEFS

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    Mon, 13 Sep 1999

    Pipelines Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline LLC is holding an open season until Sept. 30 for expanded main line firm natural gas capacity on its system. The proposed expansion would extend the Maritimes system-slated to start up Nov. 1-to Salem

  6. FERC Approves El Paso unit's East Leg gas pipeline expansion

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    Mon, 19 Jul 2004

    proposed $18.7-million East Leg expansion in Wisconsin. The expansion will add about 143.4 MMcfd of firm natural gas capacity to ANR's lateral system. The El Paso Corp. subsidiary will replace 4.7 miles of an existing 14-in. pipeline

  7. ELECTRICITY CHALLENGES OIL MAJORS?Part 2: Integrated oil companies dip into power market

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    Mon, 10 Jul 2000

    Conoco Inc., much like the supermajors, has recognized that power is the route to adding value to the company�s natural gas capacity . Power is also recognized in its own right as a way to get access to a new, high-growth business, according

  8. OGJ Newsletter

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    Mon, 14 Jul 2003

    proposed Freedom Trail expansion project. The expansion, scheduled to begin service in 2006, will increase mainline natural gas capacity by 50-150 MMcfd on Tennessee's Line 200 in New York and Massachusetts, with as much as 40,000 hp additional

  9. El Paso to expand pipeline capacity to California, in Northeast

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    Mon, 7 May 2001

    Natural Gas Co., a unit of El Paso Corp., a certificate to operate a gas pipeline that will provide 230 MMcfd of natural gas capacity to serve California and the southwestern US. In addition, El Paso unit Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. said it filed

  10. OGJ Newsletter

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    Mon, 21 Apr 2003

    American Gas Association, the Gas Technology Institute, and other agencies. THE US has a narrow margin of surplus natural gas capacity vs. anticipated gas production from the Lower 48 for this year. This means that maintaining or increasing gas

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