ALBERTA'S DISPUTE WITH CALIFORNIA MOVES UP A NOTCH

A dispute between Alberta producers and California regulators over Canadian natural gas exports is heating up once again with new moves by both sides. The crux of the dispute is an order by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) that the Alberta-California pipeline system be opened to all shippers in November. An Alberta producer supply pool says that would violate contracts that new reserve 75% of pipeline capacity to them. CPUC wants to open the system to more gas sold on the spot

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