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Westcoast Transmission Company

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Westcoast Transmission Company

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The Westcoast Transmission Company was incorporated in 1949 to extract and distribute natural gas and provide other energy services. Established by Frank McMahon, it had its headquarters in Vancouver. In 1988 the name of the company was changed to Westcoast Energy. By 2000, the company had five gas processing plants and three sulphur recovery plants. In March, 2002, Westcoast Energy was acquired by the U.S. company Duke Energy.

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