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CALGARY, Alberta, Nov. 12, 2019 -- News Release – TC Energy Corporation (TSX, NYSE: TRP) (TC Energy) will host its annual Investor Day on Tuesday, November 19. Members of TC.
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CALGARY, Alberta, Nov. 10, 2019 -- Media Advisory -- TC Energy Corporation (TSX:TRP) (NYSE:TRP) (TC Energy) today announced that its Keystone pipeline has returned to service.
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CALGARY — Prices for Western Canadian Select oil continued to soften on Monday as TC Energy Corp. reported recovering about half the crude that leaked from its Keystone pipeline in North Dakota last week.Spokesman Terry Cuhna says about 4,300 barrels of oil have been recovered from the 9,120 barrels initially estimated to have leaked from the pipeline into a field near Edinburg, N.D., but there's still no firm estimate of when it will be restored to service.About 200 personnel are on site working on cleanup and remediation. TC Energy says the company expects to expose and extract the damaged section of pipe by the end of the week and send it to a government-approved laboratory for inspection.Meanwhile, the loss of 590,000 barrels per day of pipeline capacity is being linked to deeper discounts for WCS, a blend of oilsands bitumen and lighter oil.Oil brokerage Net Energy Exchange reports the discount to New York-traded West Texas Intermediate widened to US$22.35 per barrel on Monday, its weakest level this year. That's up from US$22.00 on Friday and more than $5 higher than before the pipeline incident.In a note, analyst Michael Tran of RBC Capital Markets says there's enough unused storage in the western Canadian oil handling system to mitigate impact of the outage for about 20 days but more rail would be needed to relieve pressure if the pipeline remains offline much longer. This report by The Canadian Press was first published Nov. 4, 2019.Companies in this story: (TSX:TRP)The Canadian Press
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TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Friday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (16,594.07, up 110.91 points).Pengrowth Energy Corp. (TSX:PGF). Energy. Down 15 cents, or 75 per cent, to five cents on 19.8 million shares.Encana Corp. (TSX:ECA). Energy. Up 28 cents, or 5.43 per cent, to $5.44 on 14.1 million shares.Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B). Industrials. Up 15 cents, or 9.04 per cent, to $1.81 on 11.7 million shares.The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings. (TSX:TGOD). Health care. Up 11 cents, or 10.78 per cent to $1.13 on 5.4 million shares.Baytex Energy Corp. (TSX:BTE). Energy. Up 12 cents, or 8.16 per cent, to $1.59 on 4.7 million shares.Crescent Point Energy Corp. (TSX:CPG). Energy. Up 22 cents, or 4.57 per cent, to $5.03 on 4.7 million shares. Companies in the news:TC Energy Corp. (TSX:TRP). Up 79 cent or 1.2 per cent to $67.18. The CEO of TC Energy Corp. says the company is cleaning up and investigating the cause after an "unfortunate" Keystone pipeline leak in North Dakota spilled an estimated 1.45 million litres of oil earlier this week. North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum has asked the company to review its inspection and monitoring in light of the spill, but Russ Girling defended TC Energy's spill response on a conference call Friday to discuss its third-quarter results. TC Energy reported on Friday its net income came in at $739 million for the quarter ending Sept. 30, compared with $928 million for the same quarter a year earlier.BMO Financial Group. (TSX:BMO). Up 43 cents to $97.93. BMO Financial Group says it plans to appoint BCE Inc. chief executive George Cope as chairman of the BMO board next year, after his retirement from the telecommunications company in January. The Toronto-based banking group says it intends to appoint the long-time telecom industry executive upon his re-election as an independent director at BMO's annual meeting in March 2020. BMO chairman Robert Prichard will retire from the board at that time after 20 years as an independent director and as chairman since 2012.Cameco Corp. (TSX:CCO). Up 33 cents or 2.8 per cent to $12.09. Uranium miner Cameco Corp. says it swung to a $13 million loss in the third quarter, as revenue dropped 38 per cent from the comparable period last year. The company says the loss for the quarter ending Sept. 30 worked out to three cents per share, compared with earnings of $28 million or seven cents per share for the same quarter last year. Cameco had an adjusted net loss of $2 million, or a penny per share, compared with earnings of $15 million or four cents per share last year. Revenue came in at $303 million, down from $488 million a year earlier.Fortis Inc. (TSX:FTS). Down 45 cents to $54.27. Canadian utility company Fortis Inc. says it earned $278 million in the third quarter to stay roughly in line with a year earlier. Fortis says the earnings for the quarter ending Sept. 30 work out to 64 cents per share, compared with earnings of $276 million or 65 cents per share last year. Adjusted net earnings were $287 million, or 66 cents per share, compared with $277 million or 65 cents per share last year. Earnings per share were in line with analyst expectations according to financial markets data firm Refinitiv. In the quarter the company announced a five-year spending program of $18.3 billion, up by a billion dollars from the prior year's plan, as Fortis looks to move to cleaner energy and strengthen its networks.Pembina Pipeline Corp. (TSX:PPL). Down 13 cents to $46.24. Pembina Pipeline Corp. says it earned $370 million in the third quarter for an increase from a year earlier despite lower revenue. The Calgary-based pipeline company says the profit, which works out to 66 cents per share, was an increase from the $334 million or 60 cents per share it made in the same quarter a year earlier. Revenue came in at $1.7 billion for the quarter ending Sept. 30, down from $2.045 billion reported in the quarter a year earlier. Analysts had expected earnings of $314 million, or 60 cents per share, and revenue of $1.94 billion according to financial markets data firm Refinitiv. This report by The Canadian Press was first published Nov. 1, 2019.The Canadian Press
CALGARY — The CEO of TC Energy Corp. says the company is cleaning up and investigating the cause after an "unfortunate" Keystone pipeline leak in North Dakota spilled an estimated 1.45 million litres of oil earlier this week.North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum has asked the company to review its inspection and monitoring in light of the spill, but Russ Girling defended TC Energy's spill response on a conference call Friday to discuss its third-quarter results."In this instance, our leak detection systems enabled us to remotely shut down the pipeline and our crews moved to the scene immediately," he said."Today, we are focused on cleaning up the site, determining the cause and returning the line to service."The Republican governor spoke Thursday night to officials at the Calgary-based company formerly known as TransCanada Corp., said Burgum spokesman Mike Nowatzki.The conversation came two days after the company shut down the pipeline after the leak was discovered.Burgum said in a statement he "received assurance" from the company that the spill would be cleaned up "as thoroughly and quickly as possible."On its website, TC Energy says the spill has affected about 2,000 square metres of land, or "less than half the size of a football field," and the estimated 9,120 barrels of oil were "approximately half the size of an Olympic-sized swimming pool."North Dakota regulators said some wetlands were affected, but not any sources of drinking water.The pipeline remained closed Friday and the cause of the spill was still unknown, said State Environmental Quality Chief Dave Glatt.About 15,900 litres of crude oil have been recovered from the spill, Glatt said. Workers were expected to dig up a portion of the underground pipeline within the next few days to inspect it, he said."The company has the spill contained and nothing is moving offsite," Glatt said.Crude began flowing through the $5.2-billion Keystone pipeline in 2011.It's designed to carry crude oil across Saskatchewan and Manitoba, and through North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas and Missouri on the way to refineries in Patoka, Ill. and Cushing, Okla.The pipeline spill and shutdown come as the company seeks to build the US$8-billion Keystone XL pipeline that would carry oilsands oil from Alberta to refineries in Texas. The proposed pipeline has drawn opposition from people who fear it will harm the environment.President Donald Trump issued a federal permit for the expansion project in 2017, after it had been rejected by the Obama administration.TC Energy reported on Friday its net income slipped in the third quarter after it sold $3.4 billion in assets in the first nine months of the year.The company said net income came in at $739 million for the quarter ending Sept. 30, compared with $928 million for the same quarter a year earlier.Adjusted earnings, which exclude a variety of tax impacts from its asset sales, were $970 million or $1.04 per share, up from $902 million or $1.00 a year earlier.Analysts had expected adjusted earnings of $922 million, or 98 cents per share, according to financial markets data firm Refinitiv.TC Energy also announced a $1.2-billion expansion of its western Canadian gas-gathering system called the West Path Delivery Program, which is to connect with the US$335-million GTN XPress Project recently announced by its U.S. limited partnership, TC PipeLines LP, to deliver the volumes to downstream markets.It said the West Path project is underpinned by about 260 million cubic feet per day of new firm service contracts with terms that exceed 30 years, starting in late 2022.— With files from the Associated Press.This report by The Canadian Press was first published November 1, 2019.Companies in this story: (TSX:TRP) Dan Healing, The Canadian Press
TC Energy reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit on Friday, buoyed by higher volumes of crude and natural gas the pipeline operator transported. Earnings from the company's oil-transporting liquids segment, which comprises its 590,000-barrel-per-day (bpd) Keystone pipeline system, surged more than 55% to C$491 million in the third quarter ended Sept. 30. TC Energy, formerly known as TransCanada, has been investing heavily in the disputed 830,000 barrel per day (bpd) Keystone XL pipeline, which is expected to boost export volumes from the oil marketing hub of Alberta to U.S. refineries.