Open season a success for Alliance Pipeline

January 1997
Underground Construction;Jan1997, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p12
Trade Publication
Reports the approval of the construction of Alliance Pipeline, a natural gas transmission system from northeastern British Columbia/Northwestern Alberta to the Midwest United States. Schedule for start-up of the transmission system; Remarks from Dennis Cornelson of Alliance on the purpose of the project; Other agencies approving the project.


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