NEW YORK TransCanada
Corp. has received enough shipper interest to build its
proposed 125-mile Heartland pipeline and a terminal facility in
Alberta, the Canadian comany said.
The Canadian $900-million
($890.9-million) project is expected to start up by the second
half of 2015.
The Heartland pipeline, which
would bring crude oil from the Edmonton region to facilities in
Hardisty, will be able to transport 900,000 barrels of crude
oil per day, while its proposed TC Terminals is expected to
have storage capacity for up to 1.9 million barrels, the
Calgary, Alberta-based company said May 2.