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MARCH 18 REMAINS DEADLINE FOR PRODUCERS TO FILE CLAIMS AGAINST COLUMBIA GAS TRANSMISSION

 MARCH 18 REMAINS DEADLINE FOR PRODUCERS
 TO FILE CLAIMS AGAINST COLUMBIA GAS TRANSMISSION
 WILMINGTON, Del., March 5 /PRNewswire/ -- March 18, 1992, will remain the deadline for natural gas producers whose contracts were rejected by Columbia Gas Transmission Corp. after it filed for protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code to file claims against the company.
 Columbia Transmission withdrew a request to extend the deadline until April 17, 1992, after it failed to receive support from Columbia Transmission's Creditors' Committee.
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 /CONTACT: H.W. Chaddock of Columbia Gas, 302-429-5261, or 302-429-5000/
 (CG) CO: Columbia Gas Transmission Corp. ST: Delaware IN: OIL SU:


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