Calgary-based energy company TransCanada has announced a $160 million plan to add capacity to more compressors on its Canadian Mainline pipeline system in southern Ontario.
The development is part of the company’s $2 billion project to expand its northeastern British Columbia (BC) pipeline system to help increase capacity for gas exports east and south of western Canadian reserves.
TransCanada had previously planned to use the $5 billion Prince Rupert Transmission Pipeline project to deliver gas to the the Petronas-led Pacific NorthWest LNG project on the BC coast,...
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