Equipment

Transportation Notes

Transwestern will install equipment early next month along its San Juan Lateral from Ignacio, CO to the Blanco (NM) Hub and from Blanco to Thoreau, NM to ensure continued system reliability. The work will reduce lateral flow to zero in both segments April 3-7. Ignacio-Blanco will be restored to its normal 716,000 MMBtu/d on April 8, while Blanco-Thoreau will be raised to 800,000 MMBtu/d April 8-14 and restored to its normal 860,000 MMBtu/d April 15.

March 28, 2003

Transportation Note

El Paso’s delivery meter to Transwestern at the Window RockStation (Apache County, AZ) will be shut in July 24-25 forequipment upgrade

July 17, 2000

New SC Power Plant Doubles MW

South Carolina Electric & Gas will replace coal-burninggenerating equipment at its oldest fossil fuel facility in Aiken,SC, with two natural gas-fired turbines generating 150 MW each. The$180 million project at the Urquhart station will be designed andbuilt by Duke/Fluor Daniel for completion in June, 2002.

September 27, 1999

New South Carolina Power Plant Doubles MW

South Carolina Electric & Gas will replace coal-burninggenerating equipment at its oldest fossil fuel facility in Aiken,SC, with two natural gas-fired turbines generating 150 MW each. The$180 million project at the Urquhart station will be designed andbuilt by Duke/Fluor Daniel for completion in June, 2002.

September 24, 1999

Private Investors Buy Bankrupt Avoca

Northeastern Gas Caverns LLC, a New York company, has purchasedall the salt cavern drilling rights, licenses and equipment ownedby the bankrupt Avoca Natural Gas Storage Co. for $8 million,promising to revive the project, once highly touted as the firsthigh-deliverability salt cavern storage in the Northeast. NGC alsohas agreed to assume a portion of Avoca’s secured debt.

July 9, 1999
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