THE EL Paso Corporation, of Texas, is making preparations to begin work on the Blue Atlantic Transmission System, a pipeline project designed to transport new natural gas supplies off the coast of Canada's Nova Scotia to eastern and the north-eastern regions of the USA.

Technical experts from Canada and America are examining the design and technology issues involved in the construction of the

project; a 750-mile, 36-inch offshore pipeline designed to carry up to 1 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day.

El Paso still ...

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