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  1. New Arizona pipeline and 10 bcf gas storage facility proposed

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    Thu, 10 Jan 2002

  2. Calpine buys Canada's Encal Energy in stock deal

    Calpine Corp., San Jose, Calif., agreed Thursday to buy Canadian energy producer Encal Energy Ltd. for $868.8 million in stock, giving the US independent power producer a strategic natural gas transportation link between western Canada and the US. The Encal acquisition will more than double ...

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    Thu, 8 Feb 2001

  3. Kinder Morgan expanding Texas intrastate gas pipeline

    Kinder Morgan Energy Partners LP, Houston, plans to expand its intrastate natural gas pipeline system into the Permian basin by converting 254 miles of previously acquired crude oil pipeline into natural gas transportation .

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    Tue, 16 Aug 2005

  4. Midcoast awarded two Mexican gas transportation contracts

    Midcoast Energy Resources Inc., Houston, said a joint venture it owns with Houston-based Associated Pipe Line Contractors Inc., called Midcoast del Bajio S de RL de CV, has been awarded a 10-year natural gas transportation contract to serve the Silao, Mexico, plant belonging to General Motors de ...

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    Wed, 30 Aug 2000

  5. Williams holding open season for Western Frontier Pipeline project

    A Williams unit is holding a binding open season until June 29 for shippers interested in annual incremental firm natural gas transportation service on the proposed Western Frontier Pipeline. Western Frontier Pipeline LLC proposes to construct 400 miles of 30-in. pipeline and 15,000 hp of ...

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    Tue, 19 Jun 2001

  6. Lifting the veil of Norwegian natural gas: One year of 'conventional' gas sales

    The rapid implementation of a radically new natural gas transportation regime in Norway reflects a broader revolution getting under way in Europe's gas markets.

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    Mon, 23 Feb 2004

  7. EIA predicts high summer gas demand in California

    The California natural gas transportation system could become more dependent on electricity in the future to satisfy environmental restrictions, cutting throughput during power outages, the Energy Information Administration said in a special report. The agency also forecast California's gas demand ...

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    Thu, 14 Jun 2001

  8. MacKenzie Valley gas pipeline cost estimates updated

    Mackenzie Valley Pipeline sponsors have updated the cost estimates for the Mackenzie natural gas transportation project to $16.2 billion (Can.) and delayed the expected completion date by 3 years, operator Imperial Oil Ltd. said.

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    Tue, 13 Mar 2007

  9. WIC proposes added pipeline capacity for Uinta basin

    El Paso Corp. subsidiary Wyoming Interstate Co. (WIC) proposed a pipeline that will provide 250-350 MMcfd of additional natural gas transportation capacity to handle increasing production from eastern Utah's Uinta basin.

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    Thu, 10 Nov 2005

  10. MEXICO TO PARTLY PRIVATIZE GAS SECTOR

    Mexico has opened its natural gas transportation sector to foreign investment, ending decades of monopoly.

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    Mon, 8 May 1995

  11. FERC: ORDER 636 NOD COMPLETES GAS TRANSPORTATION DECONTROL

    The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has approved 5-0 its Order 636, a pipeline rate restructuring rule it says will complete transition to a decontrolled natural gas transportation market. FERC Chairman Martin Allday said, "The commission is very optimistic Order 636 will help fulfill our ...

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    Mon, 13 Apr 1992

  12. PanEnergy slates two gas pipeline projects

    PanEnergy Corp., positioning itself for a stronger regional presence in the natural gas-hungry U.S. Northeast, has proposed two new pipeline projects. One project, called Spectrum, will add as much as 500 MMcfd of firm natural gas transportation capacity from the Chicago area to the East Coast. The ...

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    Mon, 31 Mar 1997

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