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TransCanada Shuts Keystone Pipe in South Dakota Following Leak

TransCanada Shuts Keystone Pipe in South Dakota Following Leak

TransCanada Corp.’s Keystone pipeline system sprang a leak Thursday, only days before a scheduled regulatory ruling on the hotly contested XL proposal for a jumbo addition.

November 17, 2017
Canada Natural Gas Begins Flowing East and West on Dawn Expansion, TransCanada Toll Cut

Canada Natural Gas Begins Flowing East and West on Dawn Expansion, TransCanada Toll Cut

As Canada’s eastern natural gas storage and trading hub put an expansion into action on its 75th anniversary, a surge of western production began flowing Wednesday with a boost from a deep cross-country pipeline toll cut.

November 2, 2017

More Appalachian Capacity Ramping Up as FERC Signs Off on Rayne XPress Start-Up

FERC on Thursday gave Columbia Gulf Transmission LLC the go-ahead to start up the 1 Bcf/d Rayne XPress Expansion Project, adding to the list of Appalachian natural gas takeaway expansions coming online in time for winter heating season.

November 2, 2017

TransCanada Says Columbia Gas Explosion in Ohio Unlikely to Cause Disruptions

An incident on Monday that killed a maintenance worker at a Columbia Gas Transmission (TCO) system meter station in Northeast Ohio isn’t expected to have a “commercial impact,” a TransCanada Corp. spokesman said.

October 24, 2017
TransCanada Officially Dumps Energy East NatGas Mainline Conversion

TransCanada Officially Dumps Energy East NatGas Mainline Conversion

TransCanada Corp. confirmed Thursday that a proposed partial conversion of its Energy East natural gas mainline to oil service is dead, blaming “changed circumstances” for loss of the C$15.7 billion ($12.6 billion) plan.

October 5, 2017
TransCanada’s Western Canada Pipeline Grid Shift Aimed at Capturing Growing NatGas Shale Output

TransCanada’s Western Canada Pipeline Grid Shift Aimed at Capturing Growing NatGas Shale Output

As construction is completed on pipeline additions this year, the next stage is taking shape in a multi-year program to adapt the Western Canadian natural gas pipeline grid to spreading shale production.

October 4, 2017

TransCanada Prepping Western Canada Pipeline Grid for Growing Unconventional NatGas Output

As construction is completed on pipeline additions this year, the next stage is taking shape in a multi-year program to adapt the Western Canadian natural gas pipeline grid to spreading shale production.

October 3, 2017
NEB Launches Full-Dress Hearings for TransCanada’s North Montney Mainline

NEB Launches Full-Dress Hearings for TransCanada’s North Montney Mainline

A new regulatory ordeal, possibly lasting up to 15 months, has begun to determine pipeline service and costs for production stranded by cancellations of liquefied natural gas (LNG) export projects on the north Pacific coast of British Columbia (BC).

September 28, 2017
NEB Ratifies 46% Toll Discount for TransCanada’s NatGas Mainline

NEB Ratifies 46% Toll Discount for TransCanada’s NatGas Mainline

A 1.4-Bcf/d wave of Western Canadian natural gas will start reaching Ontario, Quebec and northeastern U.S. markets on schedule Nov. 1, thanks to swift approval Thursday of a deep cross-country pipeline toll discount.

September 22, 2017
With Pacific NorthWest LNG Scuttled, Pipeline Proposal Orphaned, Says TransCanada

With Pacific NorthWest LNG Scuttled, Pipeline Proposal Orphaned, Says TransCanada

No candidate has emerged to adopt a C$5 billion ($4 billion) orphan pipeline project deserted in British Columbia (BC) by former sole customer Pacific NorthWest LNG, according to TransCanada Corp.

September 15, 2017