May 2011, Vol. 238 No. 5


TransCanadas Newest U.S. Asset: Bison Pipeline

So far in 2011, TransCanada has been making a lot of news, although some of the notoriety has been unwanted. The large-diameter pipeline operator opened its new 305-mile, 30-inch diameter Bison Pipeline between the Rockies and the Midwest in January, but that milestone was somewhat upstaged by major pipeline incidents on both sides of the U.S.-Canada border that preceded and followed it. And one of them in February involved a part of TransCanada’s Main Line across Canada in Ontario province close to the town of Beardmore (pop. 345). Both milestones tend to animate TransCanada executives who are steeped in the care and feeding of high-pressure, long-distance gas pipelines.

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