2010 pipeline rupture sent three-million litres of crude oil into the Kalamazoo River and a tributary creek.
The oil company is still working to satisfy the 209 conditions included in its 2014 permit to build the pipeline.
The Calgary-based energy giant will own just under 25% of the 400 megawatt development with partner E.ON.
Study finds the number of companies factoring carbon pricing in their finances has tripled since last year.
Enbridge Income Fund Holdings Inc. will assume about $11.7 billion of debt as part of the transaction.
Penalties are related to maintenance work on company’s Line 3 pipeline through Manitoba.
Company is considering an expansion to the refining area on the eastern Gulf Coast.
Energy giant says the pipeline has the proper valve shut off configuration to ensure environmental risks are minimized.
Lac Alfred and Massif du Sud projects generate enough electricity to power more than 100,000 homes.
Deal includes segments of the Alliance and Southern Lights pipelines.
Inspection reveals numerous environmental and safety concerns.
The L3R Program will replace all segments of the line between Hardisty, Alta. and Superiour, Wis.
Net loss amounts to 32 cents per diluted common share after adjusted earnings miss estimates.
The leak of Line 37 was caused by heavy rainfall, the company says.
TransCanada says the project could begin shipping as much as 850,000 barrels of oil per day in late 2017.