Eye on Arctic gas
TransCanada pitches new line across northern Alberta to gas-hungry sands
For Petroleum News
TransCanada has dropped a broad hint about where natural gas from Canada’s Arctic could end up by filing plans with regulators to build a C$983 million pipeline across northern Alberta to the oil sands region.
The system, with capacity to carry 1.5 billion cubic feet per day, is not immediately tied....
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Expansion of Alberta system
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