Trans Mountain Successfully Removes Pipe from Final Expansion Section

(Reuters) — Trans Mountain Corp., the Canadian government-owned oil pipeline company, said on Wednesday it successfully removed a pipe from the final section of an expansion project that will nearly triple the flow of crude from Alberta to the Pacific Coast.

The expanded pipeline's anticipated in-service date continues to be in the second quarter of 2024, Trans Mountain added in a statement.

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