Enbridge

Industry Briefs

Enbridge Energy Partners agreed to sell 627 miles of gas gathering, 121 miles of intrastate pipeline and five gas treating plants in Texas and Oklahoma for $106 million to San Antonio-based TexStar Field Services LP. The sale is expected to close in the fourth quarter. The assets included 327 miles of gas gathering pipeline, 121 miles of transmission pipeline and a gas treating facility located in South Texas. Also included is a 300-mile northeastern Texas gas and products gathering system, the Eustace gas processing and treating plant and three other gas treating facilities.

October 27, 2005

Correction:

Doug Krenz, vice president of transportation for Enbridge, was misidentified as an Enterprise Products Partners executive in an article that ran in NGI’s Daily Gas Price Index on Oct. 13 (see Daily GPI, Oct. 13). NGI regrets the mistake and will run a corrected and updated version of the story in Natural Gas Intelligence, the weekly newsletter.

October 17, 2005

EGNB Awards WPS Transportation Capacity

Enbridge Gas New Brunswick (EGNB) has entered into a three yeardeal whereby Green Bay, WI,-based WPS Energy Services will assumecontrol of EGNB’s transportation capacity on Maritimes andNortheast Pipeline.

October 13, 2000

Industry Briefs

Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline said it signed a contractwith Enbridge Gas New Brunswick to jointly build a number offacilities required to serve the local distribution system in theprovince. Maritimes hopes to construct the facilities this year,depending on construction timelines and regulatory approvals. Itplans to apply soon for authorization from the National EnergyBoard to construct the seven custody transfer stations and the twosections of transmission pipeline. Maritimes will conduct a seriesof open houses in New Brunswick prior to submitting applications tothe National Energy Board. Meanwhile clearing activities continueon the Halifax Lateral Pipeline project. More than 80% of theclearing has been completed.

May 2, 2000

Two Competitors Drop Out of Nova Scotia Distribution Race

SaskEnergy and Enbridge Consumers Gas last week dropped out ofthe competition for a distribution franchise in Nova Scotia once itbecame clear the provincial government would allow industrialcustomers to apply for direct connections to the Maritimes andNortheast Pipeline. Their departure leaves only Sempra Atlantic Gasand Maritimes NRG competing for province-wide distributionfranchise rights and seven small municipal agencies competing forsite-specific franchises.

December 21, 1998

Two Drop Out of Nova Scotia Distribution Race

SaskEnergy and Enbridge Consumers Gas last week dropped out ofthe competition for a distribution franchise in Nova Scotia once itbecame clear the provincial government would allow industrialcustomers to apply for direct connections to the Maritimes andNortheast Pipeline. Their departure leaves only Sempra Atlantic Gasand Maritimes NRG competing for province-wide distributionfranchise rights and seven small municipal agencies competing forsite-specific franchises.

December 21, 1998
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