NEB TO REVIEW REJECTED GAS EXPORT BIDS

Canada's National Energy Board will review several applications it turned down when Canadian producers asked for gas export permits. The review will occur as a result of changes in the board's policy. The board discarded a cost/benefit test it used last November to deny four export bids aimed at serving markets in the U.S. Northeast (OGJ, Mar. 26, p. 38). Meanwhile, NEB opened hearings in Calgary on five new export applications covering sales of about 869 bcf of gas to U.S. customers

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