Responding to its customers in northeast British Columbia, Spectra Energy Corp. launched an open seasons May 7 to assess customer requirements for expanded transportation service on its Transportation North (T-North) system, and for raw gas-gathering and processing service in the Fort Nelson resource area.
Interested parties were invited to respond to a binding open season for up to 200 MMcf/d of firm transportation service from Spectra Energy’s Fort Nelson Gas Plant to existing and proposed delivery points into the NOVA Gas transmission system. The planned expansion has a targeted in-service date of January 2012.
Spectra Energy is also seeking non-binding expressions of interest for incremental transportation capacity required in 2012 or thereafter, between any receipt and delivery points on the T-North system.
In response to customer interest and significant producer expectations in shale gas production from the Fort Nelson resource area, the company is seeking non-binding expressions of interest for expansion of raw gas transmission service and processing service at its Fort Nelson gas plant and recently approved Fort Nelson North Processing Facility.