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a pipe used to transport liquids or gases

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There are around 60,000 miles of unregulated pipelines and they leak like crazy," says Bob Rackleff, a commissioner of Leon County, Fla.
TC Memo 1997-457, ruled that a petroleum pipeline corporation could deduct costs associated with relocating and replacing 1,000 feet of pipeline, because these costs were commonly incurred in the corporation's normal course of business and were necessary to keep the pipeline in working order.
Nevertheless, Arco has pledged to eliminate the 112 miles of acetylene-welded pipelines from their system's 15 pipelines by the end of 1997, Samo said.
3 Cross Country Pipelines and their Feasibility 21 4.
29 editorial regarding the proposed Pacific Oil Pipeline Project, "City Hall railroad job.
During the open season, Texas Gas is also considering an expansion of its delivery capacity to various pipelines, including, but not limited to, the addition of compression at or near Whitesville, Kentucky, to facilitate deliveries into the Midwestern Gas Transportation pipeline and the addition of compression at or near Eunice, Louisiana, to provide additional deliveries to markets in South Louisiana, including Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Corporation, Florida Gas Transmission, and the Henry Hub.
TEPPCO owns and operates one of the largest common carrier pipelines of refined petroleum products and liquefied petroleum gases in the United States; owns and operates petrochemical and natural gas liquid pipelines; is engaged in transportation, storage, gathering and marketing of crude oil; owns and operates natural gas gathering systems; and has ownership interests in Jonah Gas Gathering Company, Seaway Crude Pipeline Company, Centennial Pipeline LLC, Mont Belvieu Storage Partners, L.
These assets include approximately 12,000 miles of intrastate pipeline in service, with an additional 600 miles of intrastate pipeline under construction, and 2,500 miles of interstate pipelines.
The market liquidity in this area will continue to improve as more of these large-diameter pipelines are built," Foutch added.
Enterprise transports natural gas, NGLs and crude oil through more than 34,000 miles of onshore and offshore pipelines.
NYSE:PPX) ("Pacific Energy") announced that Rocky Mountain Pipeline System LLC ("RMPS"), its wholly-owned subsidiary and primary operating entity in the Rocky Mountain region, is commencing construction of a new 16-inch pipeline from the terminus of Frontier Pipeline near Evanston, Wyoming, to the Salt Lake City, Utah, refining center.
Enterprise owns a 50 percent interest in Cameron Highway and a 36 percent interest in Poseidon and operates both pipelines.
In Appalachia, it owns and operates approximately 1,500 miles of natural gas gathering pipelines in western Pennsylvania, western New York and eastern Ohio.
Joe Rothbauer, vice president of midstream operations for Louis Dreyfus, said that these pipelines will provide incremental NGL take-away capacity that is important for continued Barnett Shale development.