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Loews Completes Gulf South Purchase, Begins Integration with Texas Gas

Loews Corp.’s Owensboro, KY-based subsidiary TGT Pipeline LLC has wrapped up its $1.136 billion purchase of Gulf South Pipeline LP from Entergy-Koch, which also is in the process of being sold. The addition completed just before the end of 2004 gives Loews, a company with diverse business interests, a second major gas pipeline operation and a much larger presence in the energy industry.

January 10, 2005

Enbridge Completes Purchase of Shell Gas Transmission

Enbridge Inc. last week completed its purchase of Shell Gas Transmission LLC (SGT) for $613 million plus associated working capital, which positions the Canadian company as a major player to develop gas supply and transport in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico.

January 10, 2005

Enbridge Completes Purchase of Shell Gas Transmission

Enbridge Inc. on Monday completed its purchase of Shell Gas Transmission LLC (SGT) for $613 million plus associated working capital, which positions the Canadian company as a major player to develop gas supply and transport in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico.

January 4, 2005

Loews Completes Gulf South Purchase, Begins Integration with Texas Gas

Loews Corp.’s Owensboro, KY-based subsidiary TGT Pipeline LLC on Wednesday wrapped up its $1.136 billion purchase of Gulf South Pipeline LP from Entergy-Koch LP, which also is in the process of being sold. The addition gives Loews, a company with diverse business interests, a second major gas pipeline operation and a much larger presence in the energy industry.

December 30, 2004

Anadarko Completes Unique Gas Transport System Beneath BC River

Anadarko Petroleum Corp. last week announced the successful completion of a complex natural gas transportation project beneath the Buckinghorse River in northeastern British Columbia. The project, considered the longest and deepest river crossing of its kind in North America, is currently delivering 8 MMcf/d of previously stranded natural gas, with the capacity to transport up to 30 MMcf/d.

December 13, 2004

Anadarko Completes Unique Gas Transport System Beneath BC River

Anadarko Petroleum Corp. on Monday announced the successful completion of a complex natural gas transportation project beneath the Buckinghorse River in northeastern British Columbia. The project, considered the longest and deepest river crossing of its kind in North America, is currently delivering 8 MMcf/d of previously stranded natural gas, with the capacity to transport up to 30 MMcf/d.

December 7, 2004

Anadarko Completes Unique Gas Transport System Beneath BC River

Anadarko Petroleum Corp. on Monday announced the successful completion of a complex natural gas transportation project beneath the Buckinghorse River in northeastern British Columbia. The project, considered the longest and deepest river crossing of its kind in North America, is currently delivering 8 MMcf/d of previously stranded natural gas, with the capacity to transport up to 30 MMcf/d.

December 7, 2004

AGL Completes $691 Million NUI Acquisition

AGL Resources Inc. announced Tuesday that it has completed its acquisition of New Jersey-based NUI Corp. in a deal that has been estimated at $691 million (see Daily GPI, July 16). AGL paid $13.70 per share in cash and assumed NUI’s debt at closing.

December 1, 2004

AGL Completes $691 Million NUI Acquisition

AGL Resources Inc. announced Tuesday that it has completed its acquisition of New Jersey-based NUI Corp. in a deal that has been estimated at $691 million (see Daily GPI, July 16). AGL paid $13.70 per share in cash and assumed NUI’s debt at closing.

December 1, 2004

CCE Completes Purchase of Gas Pipelines Formerly Owned by Enron

CCE Holdings Inc., a joint venture between Southern Union Co. and GE Commercial Finance Energy Financial Services on Wednesday completed its acquisition of 100% of the equity interests in CrossCountry Energy LLC from Enron Corp. CCE paid Enron $2.45 billion in cash and assumed the debt for 7,400 miles of natural gas pipelines with 4.2 Bcf/d of transportation capacity.

November 22, 2004