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Anadarko Tells Regulators Brunswick Pipeline Would Create Unfair Competitive Advantage for Canaport LNG Terminal

Anadarko Petroleum Corp. is urging the Canadian National Energy Board (NEB) to reject Emera, Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline, and Repsol’s plan to construct the Brunswick Pipeline to connect Repsol’s proposed Canaport LNG terminal in New Brunswick to the
November 8, 2006

Anadarko Petroleum Corp. is urging the Canadian National Energy Board (NEB) to reject Emera, Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline, and Repsol’s plan to construct the Brunswick Pipeline to connect Repsol’s proposed Canaport LNG terminal in New Brunswick to the Maritimes and Northeast Pipeline at the U.S.-Canadian border. Anadarko, the developer of the proposed Bear Head LNG terminal in Nova Scotia, says the pipeline would provide the Canaport LNG terminal with a competitive advantage by allowing its shippers to reach U.S. Northeast markets at reduced transportation costs. Read more in yesterday’s edition of Platts LNG Daily. [Subscription required]

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