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Transco’s SELA Connection Approved

Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line may construct its 53-mileSoutheast Louisiana Crossover (SELA) offshore Louisiana, theFederal Energy Regulatory Commission said in an order voted outWednesday, but it will be at risk to recover its costs.

May 3, 1999

FERC OKs Mississippi Canyon Expansion

Mississippi Canyon Gas Pipeline won blessing in a draft orderfrom the FERC for firm capacity expansion from 600 MMcf/d to 800MMcf/d. Mississippi Canyon – formerly Shell Gas Pipeline -operates a 45-mile dual-phase line from the West Delta Block 143″A” platform on the Outer Continental Shelf offshore Louisiana toterminus near the Venice Gas Plant in Plaquemines Parish onshore inLouisiana. The capacity increase is to come from establishingmaximum receipt and delivery point pressures and installation ofadditional metering facilities on the pipeline’s existing system atthe Venice plant delivery point.

April 29, 1999

Transco’s SELA Connection Approved

Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line may construct its 53-mileSoutheast Louisiana Crossover (SELA) offshore Louisiana, theFederal Energy Regulatory Commission said in an order voted outWednesday, but it will be at risk to recover its costs.

April 29, 1999

Fort Union Gathering Moves Ahead

CMS Gas Transmission and Storage Co. said the Fort Union GasGathering partnership has secured all of the rights-of-waynecessary to construct its planned 106-mile natural gas gatheringsystem in the Powder River Basin of Wyoming. CMS is the managingmember in the partnership, which also includes Enron Capital &ampTrade Resources Corp., Western Gas Resources and CIG Resources Co.

March 22, 1999

Fort Union Gathering Moves Ahead

CMS Gas Transmission and Storage Co. said the Fort Union GasGathering partnership has secured all of the rights-of-waynecessary to construct its planned 106-mile natural gas gatheringsystem in the Powder River Basin of Wyoming. CMS is the managingmember in the partnership, which also includes Enron Capital &Trade Resources Corp., Western Gas Resources and CIG Resources Co.

March 18, 1999

CMS Builds Gathering Presence

CMS Energy’s subsidiary CMS Continental Natural Gas said it hascompleted the acquisition of a 750-mile gathering system in northcentral Texas from Koch Hydrocarbon Co. Terms of the deal were notdisclosed.

January 25, 1999

CMS Increases Gathering Presence in Panhandle

CMS Energy’s subsidiary CMS Continental Natural Gas said it hascompleted the acquisition of a 750-mile gathering system in northcentral Texas from Koch Hydrocarbon Co. Terms of the deal were notdisclosed.

January 20, 1999

El Paso’s Bondad Project Hangs in Limbo

FERC last week vacated its August order certificating El PasoNatural Gas Co.’s planned expansion of its 33-mile Bondad system, amove that the pipeline says puts the troubled project in anuncertain status.

January 18, 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

Construction of Front Range Pipeline Underway

The Public Service Co. of Colorado announced yesterday italready has begun construction of its 53-mile Front Range Pipelinewhich, when completed, will serve the Denver, CO, natural gasmarket. The construction comes less than one month after theColorado Public Utilities Commission gave the go-ahead for the $25million pipeline project.

July 1, 1998