September 2011, Vol. 238 No. 9

Projects

Nova Gas Announces Pipeline Plans

NOVA Gas Transmission Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of TransCanada Pipe Lines Ltd., recently announced plans for two pipelines. The first involves plans to construct and operate four new segments of pipeline and related facilities for the proposed Komie North Extension Project. The new facilities will be required to receive and transport natural gas from the Horn River area of BC to the Nova Inventory Transfer market on the Alberta System. The new segments would add another 166 km to what is commonly known as the Alberta system. The new section would be built alongside or contiguous to existing right-of-way over a distance of about 115-km while the remaining portion, about 51-

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