The company will construct approximately 260 km of the Keystone XL Pipeline Project in Alberta, Canada.
The research will help determine the effects of pipeline construction activities on snakes and validate the success of planned mitigation measures to protect them.
The pipeline’s repair and restart plan has been approved by the US Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration.
TC Energy has announced the affirmation of the November 2017 decision by the Nebraska Public Service Commission that approved the Keystone XL Pipeline route through the state.
Construction of the KXL oil pipeline has been ordered to stop, following the order by a US judge in Montana.
A report by GlobalData forecasts that North America will add the highest trunk pipeline length to the global crude oil pipelines industry of any region between 2018 and 2022, contributing a total length of 16 136 km.