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MI - Trans Mountain starts laying pipe in Alberta for expansion - January 2020
Trans Mountain has pipe on the ground as its expansion gets back to work after months of court and regulatory delays and an ownership change. Once completed, the capacity of the 1,021-mile pipeline from Edmonton, Alberta, to the British Columbia coast will reach 890,000 bo/d from its current 300,000 bo/d. Pipeline construction began in Alberta on Spread 1, a stretch that includes about 50 km of pipeline running from Trans Mountain’s Edmonton terminal in......
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