Maple Leaf Project : Application
Alberta Gas Trunk Line Company Limited
Calgary, Alta. : Alberta Gas Trunk Line Co. Ltd., 1976.
4 v. : ill. (some folded), maps ; 30 cm.
Contents: Volume 1, Part 1 - Supply and requirements, Part 2 - Gas supply and sales contracts, including Section A - Gas supply under contract and Section B - Gas sale contracts, Part 3 - Facilities, including Section A - Location, Section B - Design and capacity, Section C - Connecting facilities, Section D - Construction plan, Section E - Cost of facilities, Section F - Operating plan, Section G - Alternative systems and appendices. Volume 2, Part 4 - Financial, Section A - Pro forma financial statements, Section B - Cost of service and tariff and appendices, and Section C - Financial plan. Volume 3, Part 5 - Public interest, including Section A - Economic impact, Section B - Canadian content, Section C - Socioeconomic statement, Section D - Environmental statement. Volume 4 - Alignment sheets, flow charts, route maps.
ASTIS record 31008.
... [The Alberta Gas Trunk Line Company] applied to the National Energy Board, by Application dated April 30, 1975, for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to construct and operate facilities required as part of the Maple Leaf Project, to transport gas from the Mackenzie Delta and Beaufort Sea (called "Delta Gas") destined for Canadian markets. Since that date ... the Applicant, in common with other proponents of the Alaska Highway Pipeline Project ... [has considered providing] ... an overland route for the transmission of natural gas from Alaska to the lower 48 states of the United States. The Applicant therefore applied to the National Energy Board, by a subsequent Application dated September 8, 1976, for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to construct and operate facilities required as part of the Alaska Highway Pipeline Project to transport gas from Alaska (called "Alaska Gas") destined for markets in
the USA. The Applicant is seeking Certificates of Public Convenience and Necessity in respect of both Applications. The applications are based on the Applicant's present estimate of the probable timing of the need for facilities to transport Delta Gas and Alaska Gas respectively. The supporting material demonstrates the technical and economic feasibility of the facilities proposed. The supporting material to each Application, considered separately, is set out in summary form in the Master Index .... This volume contains only the Applicant's material relating to the Maple Leaf Project.