TransCanada's Keystone Line Failing Safety Rules: Regulator

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TRANSCANADA KEYSTONE SAFETY
Russ Girling, president and CEO of TransCanada Corp., addresses the company's annual meeting in Calgary, Friday, April 27, 2012. Canada’s National Energy Board, in a letter dated Aug. 17, says TransCanada Corp. is not meeting certain safety standards on its Keystone system in Saskatchewan and Manitoba. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh) | CP

Canada’s National Energy Board, in a letter dated Aug. 17, says TransCanada Corp. is not meeting certain safety standards on its Keystone system in Saskatchewan and Manitoba.

In June, 2011, NEB inspectors found pump stations in four locations did not have an “alternate source of power capable of operating each station’s emergency shut-down system,” and therefore TransCanada was in non-compliance with the board’s regulations.

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