Keystone XL pushed back to 2015

Feb 15, 2012 | 03:33 PM | Michael Cowden

Tags  TransCanda, Keystone XL, presidential permit, Obama administration, State Department, pipeline, Michael Cowden

TORONTO — TransCanada Corp. has delayed the in-service date of its proposed $7.6-billion Keystone XL pipeline to early 2015, but said it expects to have a critical permit by early 2013.

"We had planned to have our permit already in place and be operational, but after the recent activity by the Department of State we now hope to be operational in 2015 as we plan to get our presidential permit in (the first quarter of) 2013," a TransCanada spokesman told AMM in an e-mail Wednesday.....

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