The pipeline network created to foster natural gas development in Alberta by the province’s government has broken away from its parent to cater to new production in northern British Columbia (BC).
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Natural gas demand by Alberta thermal oilsands plants is propelling the latest entry in serial additions to TransCanada Corp.’s Western Canada gas supply collection network, Nova Gas Transmission Ltd. (NGTL).
TransCanada Corp. is expecting to spend C$2.4 billion ($1.9 billion) for the next forecast stages in the evolution of its supply collection network in Alberta and British Columbia (BC), Nova Gas Transmission Ltd. (NGTL).
A strange bedfellows lineup of government, producer, consumer, environmental and native opponents has formed against TransCanada Corp.’s planned rescue pipeline for reserves orphaned by cancellation of liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports from British Columbia (BC).
Western Canada producers are selling off a surplus of steeply discounted natural gas that piled up during a prolonged pipeline service interruption last year.
A surge of northern shale gas is scheduled to reach California, Oregon and Nevada this spring after swift construction was authorized for a new path across TransCanada Corp.’s western supply collection network, Nova Gas Transmission Ltd. (NGTL).
As construction is completed on pipeline additions this year, the next stage is taking shape in a multi-year program to adapt the Western Canadian natural gas pipeline grid to spreading shale production.
The end is in sight to traffic interruptions for new facilities construction that gutted spot sales off TransCanada Corp.’s supply collection network in Alberta and British Columbia, Nova Gas Transmission Ltd. (NGTL).
TransCanada Corp. on Wednesday announced a C$2 billion ($1.5 billion) program to add capacity for nearly 3 Bcf/d on its natural gas supply collection grid in Alberta and British Columbia (BC), Nova Gas Transmission Ltd. (NGTL).