Canadian Mainline Pipeline to Flow More Canadian, Marcellus Gas

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Last Friday TransCanada Corporation announced a plan to expand capacity along their Canadian Mainline System through its Maple Compressor Station near Vaughan, Ontario. The $160 million project is supported by 15-year contracts and will increase capacity to the southern Ontario market plus enable delivery to Atlantic Canada via the Trans Quebec & Maritimes Pipeline (TQM) and Portland Natural Gas Transmission (PNGTS) Systems. According to TransCanada, both Canadian and U.S. (i.e. Marcellus/Utica) gas will help fill the extra capacity, some 80 million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d). TransCanada hopes to have the project done and online by Nov. 1, 2019…

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