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Enbridge seeks shipper commitments for new gas pipeline across Canada

07.25.2013  | 

The pipeline project will provide firm transportation capacity of approximately 2,000 TJ/d from Parkway to Albion, of which 800 TJ/d will be reserved for Enbridge's distribution customers, and up to 1,200 TJ/d for market access. Service on this segment would commence as early as November 1, 2015.

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TORONTO -- Enbridge said that it is conducting a binding transportation open season for its new Parkway-to-Albion pipeline project, offering firm transportation service on a proposed pipeline from the new Parkway West gate station to a new interconnect at the Albion Road gate station.

The pipeline project will provide firm transportation capacity of approximately 2,000 TJ/d from Parkway to Albion, of which 800 TJ/d will be reserved for Enbridge's distribution customers, and up to 1,200 TJ/d for market access.

Service on this segment would commence as early as November 1, 2015.

The project is constituted as part of Enbridge's GTA project. The GTA project has been advanced in order to meet the demands of customer growth in the greater Toronto area and to continue the safe and reliable distribution of natural gas to current and future customers.

The open season provides access to diverse natural gas supplies from Niagara and Dawn.



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