TransCanada PipeLines Ltd. and Exxon Mobil Corp. say they are conducting a public process to determine the level of customer interest in a potential new pipeline – the Alaska Pipeline Project.

The large oil and gas pipeline companies say they want to gauge interest in securing capacity on the pipeline, which would transport gas from Alaska’s North Slope to a gas liquefaction (LNG) terminal in Alaska, or the border of British Columbia and Alberta.

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