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Brief -- Tetco Lebanon Extension

TheTexas Eastern Transmission LP (Tetco) Lebanon Extension project, which would provide up to 102,000 Dth/d of transport capacity from Uniontown, PA, to delivery points in Tetco's Market Zone M2 in or near Lebanon, OH, will be available for service as early as Aug. 1, three months ahead of schedule, the company said in a FERC filing [CP16-3]. Tetco and project shippers, which have requested service beginning Aug. 1, "are in the process of executing commercial agreements for such early service period," according to the filing. Two associated projects -- Access South and Adair Southwest -- are not expected to be placed into service before Nov. 1, Tetco said. The Access South project would provide up to 320,000 Dth/d of transport capacity from a receipt point in Uniontown to delivery points in Access Area Zone ELA and Market Zone M1 in Attala County, MS;  the Adair Southwest project would provide up to 200,000 Dth/d of transport capacity from Uniontown to delivery points in Market Zone M2 in Adair County, KY, and an interconnection with Columbia Gas Transmission LLC to serve markets in the Midwest.

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