ANGTS (Northern Border Pipeline) went into service in 1982.
continue to the lower-48 states via the ANGTS pre-build lines and other
At this rate of increase ANGTS price tag of $24 billion was considered feasible with a citygate tariff of $1.40/Mcf at Dwight, IL.
My contention then, as it is now, was that ANGTS project should be costed out on its own merits; that the criteria to be used in the design of a chilled gas pipeline are entirely different to that used for a heated oil pipeline--TAPS.
Congress to construct and operate the Alaska segment of the ANGTS
. ANNGTC holds a certificate from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission as well as numerous other federal permits for the construction and operation of the ANGTS
By January 1992, the federal inspector for the ANGTS recommended abandonment of the entire ANGTS legal infrastructure; however President George Bush rejected the federal inspector's recommendation to scrap the plan and instead closed down the office of the federal inspector and transferred authority over the ANGTS to the U.S.
Foothills operates the pre-built ANGTS facilities in Canada and delivers approximately one-third of all Canadian exports to the United States.
When the Alaska portion of ANGTS was delayed, and ultimately indefinitely postponed in the early 1980s, Gov.
Canada could be said to have gotten the better of us in the ANGTS exercise.
The ANGTS also has the regulatory and diplomatic framework in place to expedite construction of an Alaska gas pipeline.
The Canadian and American sponsors of the ANGTS are now turning their collective attention to developing commercial proposals and negotiating with prospective shippers and investors, including the Alaska North Slope producers -- Phillips, BP and ExxonMobil -- and the State of Alaska.
The $7.5 billion ANGTS
(Alaska Highway) proposal, put forward by Foothills Pipe Lines Alaska Inc., on behalf of the Alaskan Northwest Natural Gas Transportation Company (ANNGTC) partnership, calls for a 42-inch diameter pipeline stretching 2,920 km.