Cost has essentially doubled to more than $12.7 billion since it was sanctioned in 2012; first power expected later this year.
Kathy Dunderdale asserted “risk mitigation was a theme that moved through the whole discussion of the development of Muskrat Falls.”
Witnesses, commissioners describe lack of documents showing thorough review of cost estimates and project risks.
Expert says tense relationship between Newfoundland and Labrador and Quebec stems from the notoriously lopsided 1969 Churchill Falls deal.
Wants Public Utilities Board to assess the electricity-related activities of Nalcor Energy.
Nalcor says the imports will save up to $50,000 a day at peak demand times in the colder months.
Raises questions about the stability of the North Spur dam, a crucial element of the Muskrat Falls design
Maritime Link to be complete by the end of this year, but power isn’t expected to flow until 2020 at the earliest.
Was behind the troubled multi-billion-dollar Muskrat Falls hydro project.
Court affirms its right to buy “virtually all of the power” from Churchill Falls dam.
Ball acting on a justice department recommendation regarding the $1.4 million package.
Announcement to come regarding the resignation of Nalcor’s remaining board members.
NL premier says a new president will be chosen as soon as possible.
Crown corporation attributes the increased cost of construction to market pressures and changes.
No changes once regulator approves the $7.7 billion project.