Tenneco Energy

February 1997
Underground Construction;Feb97, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p62
Trade Publication
Reports about the contract agreement of Tennessee Gas Pipeline (TGP) to share the cost of getting out of gas supply contracts with most of its customers weeks before it was bought by El Paso Energy Corporation. Effect of the terms under the contract on pipeline companies; Percentage of customers covered in the agreement.


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