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Utica and Marcellus to Provide Gas to TransCanada's ANR Pipeline

TransCanada Corporation’s ANR Pipeline system has secured nearly 2.0 billion cubic feet per day of natural gas transportation commitments for the movement of oil and gas produced from the Utica and Marcellus formations through its Southeast Main Line. These contracts involve transporting natural gas to points both north and south within ANR’s system, as well as increasing their flow capability to the Gulf Coast. ANR is one of the few existing pipeline systems with access to both the Upper Midwest and the Gulf Coast, and they are exploring further opportunities to transport gas produced from the Utica Shale to these areas.