Kinder files re­quest with NEB re dis­agree­ment process

Stockwatch Daily - - ENERGY - An anony­mous di­rec­tor re­ports

KINDER MOR­GAN Canada Ltd.’s sub­sidiary, Trans Moun­tain, has filed a re­quest to the Na­tional En­ergy Board (NEB) fur­ther to its mo­tion of Oct. 29, 2017, re­quest­ing that the board set up a process to deal with any dis­agree­ments, should they arise, with pro­vin­cial and mu­nic­i­pal au­thor­i­ties fairly, trans­par­ently and ef­fi­ciently.

See the full fil­ing on the NEB’s web­site.

Kinder Mor­gan Canada owns an in­ter­est in or op­er­ates an in­te­grated net­work of pipe­line sys­tems and ter­mi­nal fa­cil­i­ties in Canada. Kinder Mor­gan’s two busi­ness seg­ments in­clude pipe­lines and ter­mi­nals. The pipe­lines busi­ness unit is com­posed of the Trans Moun­tain pipe­line sys­tem (in­clud­ing the Westridge Ma­rine ter­mi­nal), the Cana­dian por­tion of the Cochin pipe­line sys­tem, the Puget Sound pipe­line sys­tem and the Jet Fuel pipe­line sys­tem. The ter­mi­nals busi­ness unit is com­posed of the Van­cou­ver Wharves ter­mi­nal in Bri­tish Columbia and nu­mer­ous ter­mi­nals in Ed­mon­ton, Alta.

Kinder Mor­gan fo­cuses on sta­ble, fee-based en­ergy trans­porta­tion and stor­age as­sets that are cen­tral to the en­ergy in­fra­struc­ture of West­ern Canada.

Kim­berly A Dang, Daniel P E Fournier, Steven J Kean, Gor­don Mal­colm Ritchie, Dax A San­ders, Brooke Nel­son Wade

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