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TC Energy (formerly TransCanada)

450 - 1 Street SW
Calgary
Alberta
T2P 5H1
Canada

Telephone : 1.403.920.2000
Web : https://www.tcenergy.com/


Article archive for TC Energy (formerly TransCanada);

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Keystone XL could be delayed by up to another year 04 May 2020

Reuters news agency reports that TC Energy’s Keystone XL pipeline may face a building delay of up to a year after its latest setback. On April 15, a US court ruled against the US Army Corp of Engineers’ use of a permit that allows new energy pipelines to cross bodies of water. Reuters says a TC Energy executive said on May 1 that the company will consider options to keep work progressing....

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US court rules against permit for Keystone XL pipeline just two weeks after construction begins 16 April 2020

TC Energy’s Keystone XL pipeline has suffered a fresh setback after a US court ruled against a permit that allows new energy pipelines to cross bodies of water. The ruling on April 15 comes just two weeks after TC Energy announced that construction of the pipeline would go ahead following a $1.1 billion investment by the Alberta government....

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TC Energy to begin construction of long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline 31 March 2020

On March 31, TC Energy announced that it would go ahead with the construction of its Keystone XL pipeline after the Alberta government committed to investing $1.1 billion into the $8 billion project. The pipeline, which will be 1,210 miles (1,947 kilometres) in length and carry around 830,000 barrels of crude oil per day, has been delayed for years after opposition from landowners, environmental groups and tribes....

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US Keystone pipeline leaks for second time in two years 04 November 2019

The Keystone pipeline has been closed following a 9,000-barrel crude oil leak in North Dakota. It is the second significant leak from the pipeline in the past two years after a 5,000-barrel (818,000 litres) spill in South Dakota in November 2017....

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US judge orders review in latest setback for TransCanada's Keystone XL pipeline project 20 August 2018

A federal judge in Montana has ordered the US State Department to do a full environmental review of a revised route for the Keystone XL oil pipeline, possibly delaying the project further. For more than a decade, environmentalists and native American groups have fought the $8-billion 1,900-km pipeline that will carry heavy crude from the Alberta oil sands to southern Nebraska....

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West Virginia gas pipeline suffers massive explosion and fire 11 June 2018

A newly installed TransCanada natural gas pipeline exploded on June 7 in the remote Nixon Ridge area of Marshall County in West Virginia. No injuries were reported but flames and smoke from the blast could be seen as far as 20 miles away, residents told local media. Area police told CBS News the fire was very large....

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Major oil leak reported from Keystone pipeline in South Dakota - Updated 17 November 2017

TransCanada Corp’s Keystone pipeline has leaked an estimated 5,000 barrels (818,000 litres) of oil in north-eastern South Dakota, the company said on November 16. The pipeline was shut down and emergency response procedures were activated after a drop in pressure was detected resulting from the leak south of a pump station in Marshall County, TransCanada said in a statement. ...

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US and Canadian native peoples form alliance to stop oil pipelines 23 September 2016

Aboriginal tribes from Canada and the northern United States signed a treaty on September 22 to jointly fight proposals to build more pipelines to carry crude from Alberta's oil sands, claiming that further development would damage the environment. Targets include projects proposed by Kinder Morgan, TransCanada and Enbridge....