West Coast Energy Crisis : News Photo

West Coast Energy Crisis

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387580 14: A William's gas pipeline marker extends from the ground by newly constructed homes March, 2001 near Redmond, WA. The company, based in Salt Lake City, transports gas from British Columbia, Alberta, and the American rocky mountains to an extensive natural gas pipeline system that covers the west coast. With hydroelectricity in jeopardy this year due to a continuing drought in the northwest, power producers are looking to construct gas fired turbines. William's Gas Pipeline is preparing to supply up to five new turbines in Washington state and may need to expand their gas line to handle the increased demand. (Photo by Tim Matsui/Liaison)
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387580 14: A William's gas pipeline marker extends from the ground by newly constructed homes March, 2001 near Redmond, WA. The company, based in Salt Lake City, transports gas from British Columbia, Alberta, and the American rocky mountains to an extensive natural gas pipeline system that covers the west coast. With hydroelectricity in jeopardy this year due to a continuing drought in the northwest, power producers are looking to construct gas fired turbines. William's Gas Pipeline is preparing to supply up to five new turbines in Washington state and may need to expand their gas line to handle the increased demand. (Photo by Tim Matsui/Liaison)
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March 27, 2001
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