NEB approves NGL pipeline from British Columbia into Alberta

May 16, 1997 02:00 AM

May 1, 1997 The National Energy Board has approved an application from Novagas Clearinghouse Pipelines Ltd. to construct and operate a natural gas liquids (NGL) pipeline.
The company will be constructing approximately 58 km (35 ml) of 219.1 mm (8 inch) NGL pipeline with associated pumping and metering facilities from a proposed Novagas Clearinghouse Ltd. straddle plant at Taylor, British Columbia to connect to a proposed NCL gathering system in Alberta. The planned facilities, known as the Taylor-Boundary Lake Liquids Pipeline Project, will enable NGL including ethane, butane and condensate to be delivered to NCL's proposed NGL gathering system and ultimately to storage and fractionation facilities near Redwater, Alberta.
NCPL estimates the capital cost of the project at $ 8 mm. The company plans for construction to begin in two phases starting in mid 1997, with an in-service date of 1 April 1998.

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