Competition in the natural gas industry grows steadily. The demand for natural gas transportation has typically exceeded the capability of the existing natural gas pipelines within Canada for several years. Even though intense competition exists with producing and marketing natural gas, limited transportation options limits the business opportunities available for energy companies. This competitive spirit is driving the Alliance Pipeline Project. Once the pipeline is complete, producers will have an additional transportation option to move their products to Chicago, Illinois, which is emerging as an important business hub for natural gas marketing. Designing and constructing a natural gas pipeline in the late 1990’s will allow Alliance Pipeline Limited the ability to implement the latest technology into all aspects of the design.
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The Alliance Pipeline: A Design Shift in Long Distance Gas Transmission
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Janzen, TS, & Horner, WN. "The Alliance Pipeline: A Design Shift in Long Distance Gas Transmission." Proceedings of the 1998 2nd International Pipeline Conference. Volume 1: Risk Assessment and Management; Emerging Issues and Innovative Projects; Operations and Maintenance; Corrosion and Integrity Management. Calgary, Alberta, Canada. June 7–11, 1998. pp. 83-88. ASME. https://doi.org/10.1115/IPC1998-2010
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