Federal regulators in Canada have approved a C$409 million ($307 million) project designed to increase natural gas deliveries to the western United States and southern Alberta by 275 MMcf/d.
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Wells in the Montney and Duvernay formations in northern Alberta and British Columbia will increasingly dominate natural gas production in the provinces, TransCanada Corp.’s Nova Gas Transmission Ltd. (NGTL) said in the second pipeline expansion proposal to regulators in a week.
Western Canada natural gas production is expected to grow by 42% to 22.5 Bcf/d over the next 12 years, according to a forecast by TransCanada Corp.’s Nova Gas Transmission Ltd. (NGTL) supply collection network.
Unconventional producers in northern British Columbia (BC) are facing premium pipeline tolls to connect their wells to TransCanada Corp.’s western supply collection grid, Nova Gas Transmission Ltd. (NGTL).
TransCanada Corp. plans to build a friendly relationship with Mexico’s next government to advance its various natural gas pipeline projects in the next few years, a top executive said late last week.
Capacity for sending natural gas from Alberta and British Columbia (BC) east across the continent will jump by 280 MMcf/d by November 2021, TransCanada Corp. announced Monday.
A landmark native rights verdict has preserved access to Canada’s richest unconventional natural gas formations in northern Alberta and British Columbia (BC) by limiting tribal power to block pipeline construction.
Canadian pipeline companies have been put on notice that they will not be allowed to walk away from obsolete lengths that they stop using, empty and seal up but leave in the ground.
Pipeline competition on the natural gas transportation growth market in northern British Columbia (BC) is heating up to a boil that makes construction crews liable to bump into each other working on rival projects.