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TransCanada reaches deal with natural gas distributors over Energy East

By Ross Marowits

TransCanada Corp. resolved a major challenge to its $12-billion Energy East project after reaching an agreement with three natural gas distributors who say the deal insulates customers from the additional costs of converting the pipeline. 362 more words

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TransCanada Corp inks Energy East deals with 3 natural gas distributors in Ontario, Quebec

MONTREAL — TransCanada Corp. has resolved a dispute with three major Canadian natural gas distributors over its proposed $12-billion Energy East pipeline project.

The Calgary-based company says it has signed an agreement in principle with Gaz Metro, Union Gas and Enbridge Gas Distribution that ensures natural gas consumers in Eastern Canada will have sufficient capacity and reduced natural gas transmission costs should the project proceed. 95 more words

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Ontario says economic, environment risks of Energy East project outweigh benefits

The Ontario Energy Board says the environmental risks of the $12 billion Energy East pipeline project outweigh the potential benefits, and warns it will drive up natural gas prices. 577 more words

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Ontario sets stage for Energy East battle as watchdog says pipeline's risks outweigh benefits

TORONTO • Ontario’s energy regulator has cast doubts over the economic benefits of TransCanada’s Energy East crude oil pipeline proposal, setting the stage for a clash between the province and Ottawa at National Energy Board hearings on the project. 819 more words

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Kelly McParland: Kathleen Wynne helps no one with her outbursts about Harper

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is entering some bizarre territory in her ongoing verbal assault on Prime Minister Stephen Harper.

Wynne’s latest effort is the suggestion that, had Harper been prime minister instead of Sir John A. 1,000 more words

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Companies shut in production after sour gas error closes Alliance Pipeline

An error that allowed sour gas to enter its main line has forced the closure of the Alliance Pipeline system, preventing transportation of an average of 1.6 billion cubic feet per day of liquids-rich western Canadian natural gas to the Chicago area. 663 more words

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Opinion: TransCanada shows lack of commitment on Energy East

TransCanada Corp.’s commitment to Energy East is in question, particularly after its unsatisfactory explanation for the recently announced two-year delay in its completion from 2018 to 2020. 610 more words

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