PIPELINES FILE TO TRANSPORT MORE U.S. GAS EAST

Units of three interstate pipelines have applied to build a combined $476 million in facilities to move more U.S. gas to the eastern and Northeast U.S. The companies, units of Consolidated Natural Gas Co., Transco Energy Co., and Coastal Corp., filed their plans with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Consolidated's CNG Transmission Corp. wants to provide an added 350 MMcfd of long term, firm transportation natural gas capacity beginning Nov. 1, 1991, on behalf of shippers on

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