TransCanada to build pipeline, terminal facility in Alberta
May 2 (Reuters) - TransCanada Corp, Canada's No. 2 pipeline company, said it would spend an estimated $900 million to build and operate a 200-kilometer (125-mile) pipeline and oil storage terminal to cater to growing crude production in Alberta.
The company said it had reached long-term shipping agreements to build the proposed Heartland Pipeline, connecting the Edmonton region to facilities in Hardisty, Alberta, and an oil terminal in the Heartland industrial area north of Edmonton.
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