TransCanada Corp. on Wednesday announced the second increase in traffic achieved on its cross-country natural gas Mainline by toll discount negotiations since 2016.
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TransCanada Corp. has pushed back the targeted completion dates of its already delayed Tuxpan-Tula and Tula-Villa de Reyes natural gas pipeline projects because of an impasse with local authorities along the routes.
TransCanada Corp. on Thursday suffered another legal setback when Judge Brian Morris of the U.S. District Court for Montana ordered all work to stop on the Keystone XL pipeline, a growth enabler for the Alberta thermal oil sands production that is Canada’s largest industrial natural gas user.
TransCanada Corp. plans to build a friendly relationship with Mexico’s next government to advance its various natural gas pipeline projects in the next few years, a top executive said late last week.
Nipigon LNG, a pioneer of extending natural gas distribution into northern Ontario, has won a promise to cooperate from TransCanada Corp. after two years of waiting for a supply commitment from the midstream company’s cross-country Mainline.
TransCanada Corp. is defending a C$1.14 billion ($910 million) natural gas pipeline toll revenue surplus against demands for a refund in the form of rate cuts for shippers squeezed by supply gluts and low prices in Alberta and British Columbia (BC).
Native cooperation deals have been sealed with all elected tribal governments along the supply pipeline planned for the Royal Dutch Shell plc-led LNG Canada proposal to start natural gas exports from British Columbia (BC), TransCanada Corp. said Thursday.
After nearly a year of depressed natural gas prices, producers in Alberta and British Columbia (BC) are demanding a C$1.14 billion ($910 million) toll cut on TransCanada Corp.’s Mainline.
New pipeline construction contracts for northern native-owned firms have accelerated preparations for a quick start on building a long-awaited liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal on the Pacific coast of British Columbia (BC).
After dropping out for 10 months, Malaysia’s state-owned energy conglomerate on Thursday rejoined the lineup to start liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports from the Pacific coast of British Columbia by enlisting in the terminal project led by Royal Dutch Shell plc.