Expansion to Spectra's Fort Nelson plant

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Spectra Energy announced on Thursday it has received commitments of 760 million cubic feet per day for gathering and processing capacity from seven producers operating in the Horn River basin.

The expansion program should commence later this year and continue into 2012.

It would include the reactivation of existing processing capacity at the Fort Nelson Gas Plant, looping and reconfiguration of area gathering and compression, and the addition of new processing capacity at Spectra Energy’s existing Cabin Lake compressor station.

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The Fort Nelson Gas Plant is the largest sour gas processing plant in North America and is the only facility currently processing Horn River gas.

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