TransCanada’s ANR Pipeline to Reverse & Carry Marcellus Gas South

This week TransCanada’s ANR Pipeline announced an open season to gauge interest on carrying plain old natural gas from the Marcellus and Utica Shale region all the way to the Gulf Coast. The plan is to reverse the flow of the ANR Pipeline that stretches from Indiana to the Gulf, and get the gas to Indiana by using the ANR Lebanon Lateral, a pipeline that goes from Lenanon, OH to the mainline ANR in Indiana. TransCanada is offering up to 600,000 dekatherms per day (Dth/d).

Here’s the story from NGI’s excellent Shale Daily publication:

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