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West Coast Perched at Forefront of Natural Gas Movement

California’s ambitious energy efficiency targets and zero carbon generation targets by mid-century will provide new opportunities for disruptive technologies including large-scale energy storage, demand management, floating wind and gas power combined with carbon capture.

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TransCanada – A Company Near You

TransCanada is a major North American energy-transportation and energy-generation company. Headquartered in Calgary Alberta, it has an American subsidiary in Houston, Texas, and a subsidiary in Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico. Figure 1 TransCanada is the continent’s fourth-largest pipeline operator, after Kinder Morgan, Energy Transfer and DCP Midstream. Founded to develop […]

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Watching North America’s Pipeline Renaissance

Nicholas Newman,  UK Contributing Editor Pipeline Gas Journal March 2017 This could be a good year for oil and gas pipeline project approvals in North America. The new administrations in Canada and the United States have given permission to proceed for long-delayed oil and gas pipeline schemes that improve capacity to […]

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North America presents a challenge for pipelines

Nicholas Newman Pipeline Coatings Magazine June 2016 The United States and Canada have one of the most extensive integrated oil, gas and petroleum pipeline networks in the world. Canada is the largest foreign supplier of oil to the US. Its 24,000 mile of pipelines moves 3.4 million barrels of crude oil […]

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Canadian gas exports to US

FATE OF CANADA’S EXPORT PIPELINES DEPENDENT ON LNG PERMITS Nicholas Newman Pipeline Gas Journal July 2015 With reserves of 1,093 Tcf, Canada is the world’s fifth-largest producer of dry natural gas, ranking behind the United States, Russia, Iran and Qatar.