Spectra launches open season for T-North natural gas pipelines in BC

Source: Spectra Energy

Spectra Energy (NYSE: SE) is holding an open season to confirm customer requirements for additional transportation service on the company's Transportation North (T-North) natural gas transmission facilities in Northern British Columbia (BC). 

Interested parties are invited to respond to a binding open season for up to 600 million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d) of additional capacity on the Fort Nelson Mainline and up to 200 MMcf/d of additional capacity on the Fort St. John Mainline to provide firm transportation service between any T-North receipt point and any T-North delivery point. The new facilities are expected to be put into service in stages over the latter half of 2012 and the first half of 2013. 

“We are offering new pipeline capacity to meet the growing demand for transportation service from the prolific producing regions in northeast British Columbia,” said Rob Whitwham, vice president, pipeline, Spectra Energy Transmission West. “Securing long-term firm transportation contracts will enable us to expand our existing assets in the region, thereby enhancing market optionality for natural gas buyers and suppliers in BC.”

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