January 2014, Vol. 241 No. 1


Iroquois Holds So-Ho Open Season

Iroquois Gas Transmission System, L.P. held a non-binding open season for its South-to-North (SoNo) project which would allow shippers the opportunity to deliver natural gas as far north as TransCanada Pipelines at Waddington, NY.

The project would transport up to 300,000 Dth/d from Iroquois’ existing interconnects with Dominion Transmission in Canajoharie, NY and Algonquin Gas Transmission in Brookfield, CT as well as the proposed Constitution Pipeline in Wright, NY. By making minor modifications to its existing system, Iroquois could achieve a November 2016 in-service date.

“Traditionally known as a north to south pipeline, we are excited to offer customers the ability to physically transport Marcellus Shale gas to the U.S.-Canada border,” said Scott Rupff, vice president of Marketing, Development and Commercial Operations. The SoNo project will reverse flow on the Iroquois system, providing new deliverability options for shippers.

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