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A main line extension from Sumas east to Glacier through Maple Falls was completed in 1900 and, three years later, a branch was finally built from Hampton into Lynden.
Although the variations were within tolerances and typical reporting standards, Sumas 1 technicians pinpointed the section of pipe with the 2.
Our preliminary analysis shows that we could replace the 376,000 dekatherms of daily capacity associated with the idled 26-inch Sumas to Washougal segment with about 100 miles of new 36-inch pipeline," Whisenant said.
Knowing PSE was close to signing a purchase agreement, noted Harris, the Sumas plant's acquisition costs are part of the general rate case PSE filed earlier this month with the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission.
The Sumas inventor hired intellectual-property specialists at the Hughes Law Office in Ferndale to conduct a patent search for his design and a patent application is currently pending.
Sumas Energy 2 is a proposal to build a 660 megawatt natural-gas fired electrical power generation facility in Sumas, Washington that would offer power for sale on both sides of the Canada-US border.
Known as the Columbia Gorge Expansion Project, the expansion resulting from this second open season will increase capacity up to 250,000 decatherms (Dth) per day from the Stanfield interconnect with Pacific Gas Transmission Company (PGT) through the Columbia River Gorge to delivery points on Northwest's mainline between Stanfield and Sumas.
The proposed $240 million project is designed to expand Williams' existing Northwest Pipeline system from Sumas to Chehalis, Wash.
Leyerly have applied to sell beer/wine in a restaurant at 206 Lincoln Circle, Sumas, WA 98295.
Known as the Columbia River Gorge Expansion Project, it would increase capacity up to 100,000 decatherms (Dth) per day from the Stanfield interconnect with Pacific Gas Transmission Company (PGT) through the Columbia River Gorge to delivery points on Northwest's mainline between Stanfield and Sumas.
The Georgia Strait Crossing (GSX) Project is a joint proposal by BC Hydro and Williams to provide natural gas transportation service from the market hub near Sumas, Wash.
Lowry met with top officials from the Port of Bellingham, Sumas Mayor Bob Mitchell, representatives of the Fourth Corner Economic Development Group and National Energy Systems Co.