Coastal

ANR, Leviathan Form Deepwater Holdings

In an effort to increase their access to deepwater gas, TheCoastal Corp. announced yesterday that subsidiaries of ANR Pipelinehave entered in a series of agreements under which theycollectively have become joint owners in a new holding company,Deepwater Holdings L.L.C. The financial terms were not disclosed.

October 5, 1999

ANR Files Another Wisconsin Expansion

Coastal’s ANR Pipeline applied to the FERC for another Wisconsinexpansion to add nearly 200 MMcf/d of capacity to go in service inNovember. 2000.

March 9, 1999

WIC Targets Coal-bed Gas With Medicine Bow

The Coastal Corp.’s Wyoming Interstate Co. (WIC) filed anapplication with the FERC for construction of the Medicine BowLateral, a new 134-mile, 24-inch diameter gas pipeline designed toprovide transportation access to the developing Powder River Basinin Wyoming and Montana. Medicine Bow will receive Powder Rivercoal-bed methane gas from pipelines near Glenrock, WY, andtransport it to WIC’s mainline, west of Cheyenne, WY.

December 7, 1998

Williams-Transco Plotting Coastal Invasion of Florida

Florida Gas Transmission may not be the only interstatetrunkline in Florida if Williams-Transco succeeds in its plan foran underwater pipeline from offshore Mobile Bay through the Gulf ofMexico to landfall near Tampa on Florida’s southwest coast.

October 19, 1998

Exxon Buys SoCalGas Processing, Offshore Facilities

Exxon Company U.S.A. will buy a coastal processing facility 25miles west of Santa Barbara from a Southern California Gas affiliate for an undisclosed amount, it was announced last week.The plant processes 60 MMcf/d of offshore California natural gasproduced by Exxon’s Platform Honda.

October 19, 1998

Exxon Buys CA Processing Facilities

Exxon Company U.S.A. will buy a coastal processing facility 25miles west of Santa Barbara from a Southern California Gas affiliate for an undisclosed amount, it was announced last week.The plant processes 60 MMcf/d of offshore California natural gasproduced by Exxon’s Platform Honda.

October 19, 1998

Northern Utilities Plans Maine Expansion

Bay State Gas subsidiary Northern Utilities announced plans forgas distribution service in communities along the coastal corridornorth of Portland, ME. Communities to be served include Bath,Brunswick, Topsham, Freeport, Yarmouth, and Falmouth, as well asthe towns of Sanford, and Kittery in York County. The area iscontiguous to Northern’s existing service territory, and gas ratesin expansion areas will mirror those of Northern’s existing Mainecustomers, the company said.

June 17, 1998

ANR Plans New, Expanded Services

Coastal’s ANR Pipeline is seeking FERC approval to implement twonew interruptible services and expand service options availableunder its firm storage service tariff. The proposed new servicesare called interruptible parking and lending service, andinterruptible wheeling service. “We are offering these new servicesin response to requests by our customers, who have indicated a needfor more product choices and flexibility due to the dynamic natureof today’s natural gas marketplace,” said Jeffrey A. Connelly, ANRCEO. “The revisions we are proposing to our firm storage servicewill provide ANR’s shippers with an array of additional serviceflexibility in managing their supply portfolios.”

April 2, 1998

CIG Squares Off with Northwest in NV

Coastal’s Colorado Interstate Gas (CIG) is holding an openseason for a new interstate pipeline between its existing westernterminus in Uintah County, UT, and an interconnection with thePaiute Pipeline Co. system near Elko, NV. The pipe could becompetition to a project announced in January by Williams’Northwest Pipeline and Paiute.

March 24, 1998
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