August 2014, Vol. 241, No. 8

Features

TransCanadas David Penning Discusses Challenges Involved In Constructing The Gulf Coast Pipeline

U.S. crude oil production has been growing significantly in Oklahoma, North Dakota, Montana and Texas. Prior to completion of TransCanada’s Gulf Coast Pipeline, producers did not have access to enough pipeline capacity to move this production to the large refining market along the Gulf Coast. The 485-mile, 36-inch Gulf Coast Pipeline that begins in Cushing, OK and extends south to Nederland, TX addresses this constraint, as will the company’s 48-mile Houston Lateral pipeline project. To learn more about the challenges involved in the pipeline’s construction, Pipeline & Gas Journal talked with David Penning, manager, Keystone Pipelines South, who has overal

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