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Falling in line with Canadian officials, several U.S. Democrats are now urging U.S. President Barack Obama to make a final decision on TransCanada’s Keystone XL oil pipeline.
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Williams Partners LP has entered into an agreement to acquire Williams' in-service operations in Alberta, Canada.
While the cause of the leak has not yet been confirmed, unusually heavy rainfall in the region is believed to have resulted in ground movement.
The facility also has capacity for new volumes for deliveries to Gulf Coast markets.
The projects will further expand TransCanada’s liquids transportation capabilities and leverage TransCanada's extensive operating experience in Alberta.
The proposed project involves converting natural gas pipeline capacity in approximately 3,000 km of TransCanada’s existing Canadian Mainline to crude oil service and constructing up to approximately 1,400 km of new pipeline.