Aging

NatGas Modernization Plan Awaits Illinois Governor’s Signature

The Illinois Senate approved legislation Tuesday that supporters say could accelerate rebuilding aging natural gas delivery infrastructure over the next 10 years while maintaining regulatory oversight.

May 31, 2013

TransCanada Seeks Recovery for Aging Gas Pipes

TransCanada Corp. is seeking about C$3 billion in pipeline toll hikes to ensure that shippers cover costs of its aging natural gas Mainline from cradle to grave.

May 6, 2013

Tolls Are Just the Beginning of TransCanada’s NEB Appeal

TransCanada Corp. is seeking about C$3 billion in pipeline toll hikes to ensure that shippers cover costs of its aging natural gas Mainline from cradle to grave.

May 6, 2013

TransCanada Touts Capacity on Mainline Conversion

TransCanada Corp. last week gave a name and targets to its promised plan to convert part of its aging, half-empty natural gas Mainline to oil service.

April 15, 2013

TransCanada Offers Capacity on Proposed Mainline Oil Conversion

TransCanada Corp. Tuesday gave a name and targets to its promised plan to convert part of its aging, half-empty natural gas Mainline to oil service.

April 3, 2013

Canadian Drillers Take Another Look at Remote Canol Shale

A winter drilling season with potential to fulfill Canadian northern oil visions has begun, with an adventurous spirit driving bits down into an all but untouched shale deposit known as the Canol.

February 1, 2013

FERC’s Norris: Many U.S. Gas Pipes Eligible for AARP

Aging pipeline infrastructure will need to be replaced and/or expanded to support the nation’s transition to greater reliance on natural gas, particularly in electric generation, FERC Commissioner John Norris said last Tuesday.

June 27, 2011

FERC’s Norris: Much of U.S. Pipelines Eligible for AARP

Aging pipeline infrastructure will need to be replaced and/or upgraded to support the nation’s transition to heavier reliance on natural gas, FERC Commissioner John Norris said Tuesday.

June 23, 2011

Alberta’s Gas Prominence Shrinking

Alberta’s role as an international natural gas supply mainstay will shrink as aging wells are depleted and domestic consumption rises, the province’s Energy Resources Conservation Board (ERCB) confirms.

June 22, 2009

Report: Alberta’s Gas Role In Decline

Alberta’s role as an international natural gas supply mainstay will shrink as aging wells are depleted and domestic consumption rises, the province’s Energy Resources Conservation Board (ERCB) confirms.

June 22, 2009
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