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January 9, 2013
07:05 EDTPGN, TRPTransCanada selected to develop $6B in natural gas infrastructure
TransCanada (TRP) has been selected by Progress Energy Canada (PGN) being the successor by amalgamation of PETRONAS Carigali Canada Ltd. and Progress Energy Resources Corp. to design, build, own and operate the proposed $5B Prince Rupert Gas Transmission project. This proposed pipeline will transport natural gas primarily from the North Montney gas-producing region near Fort St. John, British Columbia to the recently-announced Pacific Northwest LNG export facility in Port Edward near Prince Rupert, B.C. Progress and TransCanada expect to finalize definitive agreements in early 2013, subject to approvals by their respective Boards. TransCanada will immediately commence Aboriginal and stakeholder consultation and preparation of the relevant regulatory filings for this project under B.C. jurisdiction. In addition, TransCanada proposes to extend its existing NOVA Gas Transmission system in northeast B.C. to connect both to the Prince Rupert Gas Transmission project and to additional North Montney gas supply from Progress and other parties. Initial capital cost estimates associated with extensions of the NGTL System are approximately $1B-$1.5B, with an in-service date targeted for the end of 2015.
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November 22, 2015
17:19 EDTTRPCanada halts TransCanada pipeline development after multiple drill fluid spills
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November 19, 2015
08:03 EDTTRPTransCanada announces 21.27M share NCIB
TransCanada announced that the Toronto Stock Exchange has approved its normal course issuer bid to purchase, for cancellation, up to 21.27M of its common shares, representing approximately 3% of the company's 709.01M issued and outstanding common shares listed on the TSX as of November 13.
November 18, 2015
12:25 EDTTRPTransCanada withdraws Keystone pipeline application in Nebraska, Bloomberg says
TransCanada is withdrawing its application for approval of the Keystone XL pipeline in Nebraska, reports Bloomberg. A company spokesman said in an emailed statement that it's inappropriate for the Nebraska Public Service Commission to move forward with a review of the route in the state while the company considers its next step. Reference Link
November 17, 2015
06:24 EDTTRPEnbridge reduces workforce in Canada, U.S. by 5%, Reuters says
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November 16, 2015
08:41 EDTTRPTransCanada subsidiary signs contracts
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November 11, 2015
09:46 EDTTRPTransCanada awarded contract to build $500 natural gas Tuxpan Tula pipeline
TransCanada announced that it has been chosen to build, own and operate the Tuxpan-Tula Pipeline in Mexico. Construction of the pipeline is supported by a 25-year natural gas transportation service contract with the Comision Federal de Electricidad, Mexico's state owned power company. TransCanada expects to invest approximately $500M in the 36-inch diameter pipeline and anticipates an in-service date in the fourth quarter of 2017. The pipeline will be approximately 250 kilometres long and have contracted capacity of 886 million cubic feet a day. The pipeline will originate in Tuxpan in the state of Veracruz and extend through the states of Puebla and Hidalgo, supplying natural gas to CFE combined-cycle power generating facilities in each of those jurisdictions as well as to the central and western regions of Mexico.The pipeline will serve new power generation facilities as well as those currently operating with fuel oil which will be converted to use natural gas as their base fuel. Construction is expected to start in 2016.
09:30 EDTTRPTransCanada awarded contract to build $500M pipeline in Mexico
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