Last week, a US judge blocked a permit for TransCanada’s Keystone XL project and ordered officials to conduct a new environmental review.
Plans include approximately 197 kilometres of large diameter pipeline.
Accepting submissions until Oct. 29 on whether the 670-kilometre pipeline should be considered a federal project.
TransCanada abandoned the pipeline one year ago after the National Energy Board modified the environmental assessment process.
Quebec renewable energy firm expects the acquisition to generate $82.9 million.
Morneau warns the Kinder Morgan deal does not set a new precedent for other projects.
Allows TransCanada to construct most of its North Montney Mainline project for about $1.4 billion.
Master limited partnerships to recover an income tax allowance from cost of service tariffs no longer allowed.
Plan calls for the removal of a 9 km section of the pipeline running through the Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation Reserve Land.
Expansion will include 375 kilometres of large diameter pipeline, compression facilities, meter stations.
Panel ruled the new pipeline should be nearer to TransCanada’s existing pipeline in Nebraska.
The leak comes as the Nebraska Public Service Commission is set to vote on the Keystone XL sequel.
He replaces Brian Ferguson, who is retiring after 33 years.
Plans to spend the proceeds of the sale on its $24-billion in near-term capital projects.
Restarting keystone pipeline project and continued oil price slump were enough to end the project.