With the short term list of major investment projects quite bare, New Brunswick continues to rely on demand for key commodities and strengthening U.S. recovery to lay the foundation for an improvement in economic growth ... The results of TransCanada's solicitations for shipper commitments for the East-West oil pipeline hold great potential for the province, as it could represent a much-needed medium-term springboard for growth.
An independent TransCanada inspector has told me there are all these anomalies on land up and down the pipeline along this 60-mile stretch, including the one on my property they are digging up now.
We are tired of members of Congress and Gov. Heineman in our state siding with [pipeline builder] TransCanada and not siding with homeowners and citizensMore quotes »
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Infrastructure Investments, Asset Sales, and New Appointments - Research Report on Sempra, Portland General Electric, TransCanada, Alliant Energy, and Brookfield Infrastructure
- is available to download free of charge at: [http://www.wsreports.com/r/full_research_report/f07b_POR] On June 12, 2013, TransCanada Corporation (TransCanada) announced that it has received the National Energy Board (NEB)'s decision to reject the Company's 6/18/13 from iStockAnalyst Read more »
Keystone XL won’t use state-of-the-art spill technology
leaks between January 2010 and July 2012, according to the study, compared to 17 percent identified by the pipeline companies. TransCanada claims to be studying, at the EPA’s request, whether it could implement the new technologies along environmentally sensitive 6/18/13 from Grist Read more »
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Corp. (TRP), which says Keystone XL will be the safest pipeline ever built, isn’t planning to use infrared sensors or fiber-optic cables to detect spills along the system’s 2,000-mile (3,200-kilometer) path to Texas refineries from fields in Alberta. President 6/18/13 from COMOPS Read more »
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Corp. (TRP), which says Keystone XL will be the safest pipeline ever built, isn’t planning to use infrared sensors or fiber-optic cables to detect spills along the system’s 2,000-mile (3,200-kilometer) path to Texas refineries from fields in Alberta.[...] 6/18/13 from Daily Kos Read more »
TransCanada Looks East
in last year’s election. However, the province is also under pressure to protect its dwindling refining industry. TransCanada will also have to get approval from the provinces of Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario. Environmental groups are preparing their 6/18/13 from Motley Fool Read more »