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February 12, 2013
08:44 EDTTRPTransCanada expects Keystone XL service in late 2014, early 2015
TransCanada said in its earnings release that on January 4, the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality issued its final evaluation report on the proposed re-route of Keystone XL to the Governor of Nebraska. The report noted that the new route avoids the Nebraska Sandhills, and that construction and operation of the pipeline is expected to have minimal environmental impacts in Nebraska. On January 22, 2013, the Governor of Nebraska approved the re-route through the state. The new route now becomes part of the project's Presidential Permit application with the U.S. Department of State, which was filed on May 4, 2012. Subject to regulatory approvals, TransCanada expects Keystone XL to be in service in late 2014 or early 2015. The approximate cost of the line is $5.3B.
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May 1, 2015
08:14 EDTTRPTransCanada reports Q1 comparable EPS CAN66c vs. CAN60c a year ago
Reports Q1 revenue CAN2.87B vs. CAN2.88B a year ago.
April 28, 2015
10:29 EDTTRPHigh option volume stocks
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09:59 EDTTRPTransCanada to host special shareholder meeting
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09:04 EDTTRPEnbridge, TransCanada, Kinder Morgan sign JIP agreement
Enbridge Pipelines (ENB), TransCanada Corporation (TRP), and Kinder Morgan Canada (KMI) have signed a Joint Industry Partnership agreement to conduct research into aerial-based leak detection technologies, in the interest of enhancing across-the-board pipeline safety. This partnership illustrates a spirit of collaboration among TransCanada, Kinder Morgan and Enbridge in the continued common pursuit of industry-wide safety and operational excellence. It also demonstrates the partners' commitment to investing in the leading-edge tools and technologies that can bolster safety and reliability, while at the same time addressing public demands for responsible pipeline development. The goal of the project is to identify technologies capable of viably detecting small leaks from liquid petroleum pipeline systems to improve pipeline safety. The project is expected to involve laboratory research and field trials to evaluate the feasibility of commercially available aerial-based leak detection technologies, for use with crude oil and hydrocarbon liquids pipelines. The partnership includes a funding commitment from all three companies. Data analysis will be conducted by Alberta Innovates - Technology Futures, and testing will be carried out by project research partner C-FER Technologies of Edmonton.
April 23, 2015
12:32 EDTTRPTransCanada Prince Rupert Transmission confirms project agreement with Kitselas
TransCanada - Prince Rupert Gas Transmission has confirmed a Project Agreement with the Kitselas First Nation of northern B.C. that provides the Kitselas First Nation with financial and other benefits related to the pipeline project. Specifically, the Project Agreement provides annual legacy payments for the duration of the commercial operation of the pipeline, plus immediate benefits on signing, and at other key project milestones.
April 21, 2015
14:39 EDTTRPPrince Rupert Gas Transmission confirms agreement with Gitanyow First Nation
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