September 2011, Vol. 238 No. 9


Spectra Energy Places Two Expansion Projects In Service

Spectra Energy Corp. placed into service, on time and under budget, two major expansion projects. This brings to six the total number of expansion projects brought into service this year, as part of the company’s $1 billion to $1.5 billion per year ongoing capital expansion plan. Placed into service on September 1, the Temax/TIME III Project increases the capacity on the company’s Texas Eastern Transmission system to deliver up to 455 MMcf/d of Rocky Mountain natural gas supplies for shippers ConocoPhillips, CenterPoint Energy Services and PPL EnergyPlus to markets in the northeast United States. The Northeastern Tennessee (NET) Project, owned by Spectra Energy Cor

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