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WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Federal pipeline regulators have granted TransCanada Corp.'s request to work with the regulators in advance of deciding to develop a multibillion-dollar natural gas pipeline from Prudhoe Bay to Alberta. By working with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in advance on the Alaska portion of the pipeline project, TransCanada can speed up its preparation of a formal application to have its project sanctioned. It also could speed up FERC's sanctioning, as its staff will be better versed in the project.
"We believe that beginning the commission's review of most proposals prior to the receipt of the application will greatly improve our ability to identify issues early and address them in our environmental review document," said Kristine L. Delkus, FERC deputy general counsel.
"Because an Alaska natural gas transportation project will likely require multiple field seasons to develop an application, use of the pre-filing process will ensure completion of the environmental impact statement within the legislated time frame," Delkus said.

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