Transcanada Canadian Mainline Gas Pipeline

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Summary Information

  • Source: Alberta/Saskatchewan border
  • Destination: Québec/Vermont border
  • Ownership: TransCanada
  • Website: http://www.transcanada.com/
  • Length: 14,101 km (8,762 mi.)
  • Capacity: per day
  • Status: Operating

Details

History

  • 1997 - System Expansion completed
  • 2007 - 860 kilometres (530 miles) between Burstall, Saskatchewan and Carman, Manitoba were transfered to become part of the Keystone Pipeline
  • 2008 - Eastern Service Expansion & Chippawa Expansion completed
  • 2013 - NEB Fixes Multi-Year Tolls for TransCanada Mainline

Other Information

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Links

  1. TransCanada Gas Pipelines
  2. EIA Natural Gas Pipeline Projects 1996-1999
  3. EIA Natural Gas Pipeline Projects 2000-2009
  4. National Energy Board approves TransCanada - Keystone Facilities Transfer
  5. NEB Fixes Multi-Year Tolls for TransCanada Mainline - Decision enables the Mainline to Remain Competitive

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