Transco Expansion Targets Georgia, Alabama

Williams said yesterday it’s Transcontinental Gas Pipe Linesubsidiary has filed an application with FERC for its SouthCoastexpansion project, which would add 204,099 Dth/d of firmtransportation capacity to serve new markets in Georgia andAlabama.

April 30, 1999

Questar Tests Westward Expansion

Once again it’s ‘Westward Ho,’ as Questar Pipeline looks to beefup its southern mainline and connect with Williams West (Kern RiverGas Transmission) for deliveries to California.

December 30, 1998


Williams completed its Cherokee expansion project, increasingcapacity on the Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line (Transco) system by87 MMDth/d to provide additional firm transportation capacity toserve markets in Georgia. The $68 million project consisted ofadding looping and compression.

November 9, 1998

Kern River Offering Discounted TDR Rates

Williams’ Kern River pipeline, with expansion plans targetingLong Beach, CA, is holding an open season offering termdifferentiated rates (TDR) for firm service representing a discountfrom existing rates of up to 25 cents/Dth. The 15-day open seasonbegan Oct. 23.

November 2, 1998

Transportation Note

Constraints will be minor today at the Opal (WY) processingplant as Williams Field Services begins testing and maintenance.But at least half of the plant’s current 540 MMcf/d activity willbe off the market Tuesday as the plant is shut down for 12 hours.Reductions June 17-24 will be about 75 MMcf/d.

June 15, 1998
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