Pipelines

Canadians Set Long-Term Sights on MacKenzie Delta

The recent agreement between TransCanada PipeLines and theNorthwest Territories (NWT) (See NGI, Aug. 2) makes it plain thatboth parties have their sights set on bigger game than relativelymodest pipeline extensions into the southern part of theTerritories. After lying dormant for a decade, visions are revivingof a route extending all the way to the Mackenzie Delta and theBeaufort Sea to tap an estimated 13 Tcf of reserves found in a1970s drilling boom.

August 9, 1999

Canadians Set Long-Term Sights on MacKenzie Delta

The recent agreement between TransCanada PipeLines and theNorthwest Territories (NWT) (See Daily GPI, July 29) makes it plainthat both parties have their sights set on bigger game thanrelatively modest pipeline extensions into the southern part of theTerritories. After lying dormant for a decade, visions are revivingof a route extending all the way to the Mackenzie Delta and theBeaufort Sea to tap an estimated 13 Tcf or more of reserves foundin a 1970s drilling boom.

August 9, 1999

Northwest Territories, TransCanada Agree on Pipe

TransCanada PipeLines has announced an agreement with the Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) to build a direct connection between the rapidly developing reserves in the southern part of the territories and the TransCanada mainline.

August 2, 1999

Northwest Territories, TransCanada Agree on Pipe

TransCanada PipeLines has announced an agreement with theGovernment of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) to build a directconnection between the rapidly developing reserves in the southernpart of the territories and the TransCanada mainline.

July 29, 1999

TransCanada Promises $70 Million in Savings

It’s been a year since the completion of its C$11 billion mergerwith Nova Corp., but TransCanada Pipelines finally came through onpromised savings yesterday. The pipeline company said it will give$70 million in merger-related savings to its pipeline customersthrough “targeted operating cost reductions.” An agreement on thereductions was filed with Canada’s National Energy Board and theAlberta Energy and Utilities Board yesterday.

July 27, 1999

TransCanada Names New Executive Team

TransCanada PipeLines, led by interim CEO Doug Baldwin, unveileda new organizational structure Friday, aimed at “building greatervalue for shareholders from its pipeline, power generation,midstream and marketing infrastructure across Canada and thenorthern tier of the United States.”

July 26, 1999

TransCanada Names New Executive Team

TransCanada PipeLines, led by interim CEO Doug Baldwin, unveiled a new organizational structure Friday, aimed at “building greater value for shareholders from its pipeline, power generation, midstream and marketing infrastructure across Canada and the northern tier of the United States.”

July 26, 1999

Majors Say Oil Dumping Charge Lacks Merit

Following in the footsteps of gas pipelines, major producershave asked the federal government to reject an independentproducer-backed petition that seeks to have tariffs imposed oncrude oil imports from four foreign countries accused of illegaldumping.

July 22, 1999

Gas Pipelines Oppose Antidumping Petition

A major gas pipeline group has asked the federal government toreject a producer petition that seeks to have tariffs imposed oncrude oil imports from four foreign countries accused of illegaldumping.

July 13, 1999

Telecom Cable Following Pipeline Rights of Way

Not content to converge just with electricity, the gas industryis turning to telecommunications. Specifically, pipelines arefinding their rights of way make sense for the routing offiber-optic telecommunications cable.

June 21, 1999