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January 22, 2013
14:10 EDTTRPTransCanada says approved re-route now part of Presidential Permit application
TransCanada confirmed that Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman has approved the re-route of the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline through the state. The Governor's approval comes after his review of the final evaluation report from the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality and is the last step in the re-route review process established by the Nebraska State legislature. The approved reroute now becomes part of the project's Presidential Permit application with the U.S. Department of State, which was filed on May 4, 2012. The projected in-service date for Keystone XL is late 2014 or early 2015, subject to approval of the company's Presidential Permit application, the company said.
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October 24, 2014
18:03 EDTTRPTransCanada says EA certificate issued for Coastal GasLink Pipeline project
TransCanada announced that the B.C. Environmental Assessment Office has issued an Environmental Assessment Certificate for the Coastal GasLink Pipeline Project. As anticipated, the certificate was issued with a number of conditions resulting from the assessment by the EAO of environmental, social, economic, heritage and health components deemed pertinent to the project. The Environmental Assessment Certificate for the Coastal GasLink Pipeline Project contains 32 conditions, the majority of which reflect current best practices for natural gas pipeline construction and operation. They also include conditions adopted to address project-specific concerns, as raised by Aboriginal groups, local communities and resource management agencies. TransCanada has also submitted applications to the B.C. Oil and Gas Commission for the permits required under Section 25 of the Oil and Gas Activities Act to build and operate the Coastal GasLink pipeline. Regulatory review of those applications is progressing on schedule, with permit decisions anticipated in the first quarter of 2015. Next steps for the proposed project include detailed engineering and construction planning, as well as ongoing consultation with Aboriginal groups and the public. Pending the receipt of all required regulatory approvals and a positive final investment decision from LNG Canada, the start of pipeline construction is anticipated in 2016, with an in-service date by the end of the decade.
October 21, 2014
12:54 EDTTRPTransCanada delays seeking approval for $11B Energy East line, Bloomberg says
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October 10, 2014
18:55 EDTTRPTransCanada receives regulatory approval for Grand Rapids pipeline project
TransCanada announced that the Alberta Energy Regulator has approved the majority of the company's applications to construct and operate the Grand Rapids Pipeline Project. Grand Rapids will comply with all regulatory requirements and is evaluating the conditions in the decision. The project is expected to begin construction in Fall and become operational in stages, with initial crude oil transported by mid-2016. The full system will have an ultimate capacity to move up to 900,000 barrels per day, or bbl/d, of crude oil and 330,000 bbl/d of diluent.

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