Pipeline and Storage segment which is Empire and Supply, they’re both FERC regulated. And they’ve been very busy building infrastructure and planning infrastructure to move Marcellus gas to market. And in the meantime transforming their system, I mean, there are a number of projects on the horizon. But really, probably more importantly we’ve been transforming our system from a north to a south system, where gas came in from the north and went south to a bi-directional system where it can go both ways. And we started doing that, we started looking at doing that a few years back, in part to take advantage of the strong market in Canada and that has very long term implications for National Fuel Gas and Ron Tanski is going to spend time talking about that today.The Midstream is much as the same although it’s on a non-regulator ground. They’re putting in gather systems, primarily now for Seneca, they’re focused on Seneca but working with other producers as well, and we see that as a great business moving forward.
National Fuel Gas Analyst Day - Transcript
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