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NEB re-opens Energy East process

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Canada’s National Energy Board (NEB) will re-open the Energy East application to participate process (ATP) for a three week period, from 30 March – 20 April 2016.

TransCanada filed project amendments in December 2015 to remove the Cacouna marine and tank terminal, change the pipeline route and facility locations in Quebec, modify the tank storage facility in New Brunswick, and to address the agreement reached with three local distribution companies in Eastern Canada.

The supplemental ATP is meant for those who may be directly affected by these amendments, or who may have relevant information or expertise related to these amendments.

Newly-affected people who wish to participate in the NEB Energy East hearing must apply to do so.

These individuals or groups must clearly describe their interest in relation to the List of Issues for the hearing, which can be found on the NEB’s website. Those who previously applied to participate do not need to apply again – the original ATP remains valid and will be considered by the Board.

The NEB is reviewing the Energy East project application, and subsequent amendments, to determine if it’s sufficiently complete to proceed with further process steps. Information on the hearing process, hearing schedule and list of participants will be issued at a later time.

Edited from source by Elizabeth Corner

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