July 2011, Vol. 238 No. 7

Projects

Ruby Begins Flowing

El Paso’s Ruby Pipeline received final authorization to begin service July 27, and is scheduled to receive a combined 64 MMcf/d of gas supply from its Colorado Interstate Gas (CIG) and Opal processing plant receipt points July 28. The pipeline will deliver 16 MMcf/d to its Malin interconnects with Pacific Gas & Electric’s (PG&E) Redwood Path and Gas Transmission Northwest pipeline (GTN). The initial flow is less than 5% of capacity. Flows are expected to increase gradually, but questions remain as to what extent Ruby will gain market share at Malin in the near-term, given several important market developments, including: (1) regional gas-on-gas competition,

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