TRANSCANADA ASKS FOR ANOTHER PERMIT FOR LINE EXPANSION
TransCanada PipeLines Ltd. has filed an application with Canada's National Energy Board for a $500 million expansion of its natural gas pipeline system. (OGJ, Apr. 13, p. 36). The company, currently in the process of a $2.4 billion expansion, said the additional growth is needed to serve markets in the U.S. and Central Canada. The planned project, to cover work planned in 1993 and 1994, would add 227 miles of loops in Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario and 227 MMcfd of capacity.