In a statement today, the company said the $5.1 billion line has a proposed initial capacity of two billion cubic feet per day. Gas producers in this area are seeking Asian markets for the heating and power plant fuel, and subject to government and corporate approvals, the line can be expected to begin operation in 2018.
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