June 2010 Vol. 237 No. 6


TransCanada Seeks NEB Approval For Horn River Pipeline

TransCanada’s Alberta System has moved ahead with another critical infrastructure project to access Northeast BC shale gas by filing the Horn River Pipeline Project with the National Energy Board (NEB). The Horn River basin is a key part of the growing unconventional gas plays in Northeast BC. To access this supply and connect it to North American markets, TransCanada is proposing the Horn River Pipeline. Like the Groundbirch Mainline, the Horn River project takes advantage of existing capacity and market liquidity on the Alberta System to bring these gas supplies to market. The Horn River Project is a 96.3-mile, 36-inch/24-inch pipeline that extends the Alberta System in

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