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Trans Mountain expansion faces «&nbsp ;technical problems »

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The company is still targeting a commissioning date for the expansion in the second quarter of 2024. (File photo)

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The Crown corporation responsible for Trans Mountain says it has experienced technical problems that could delay the expansion of the pipeline that connects petroleum products from Alberta to the coast of British Columbia.

In a statement posted on its website Monday, the state-owned company said it needed more time to determine the safest and most effective measures. prudent steps to take in order to minimize delays.

Trans Mountain said the technical issues were discovered between January 25 and 27.

The company said it would not grant no interview on this subject.

The company says it is fully focused on the expansion with a planned commissioning in the second quarter of 2024. This month, the state-owned company predicted completion of work by April .

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L'industry Oil, which is eagerly awaiting the pipeline expansion, has increased its production in the tar sands. Alberta's oil production reached a record high in November.

Established in 1953, Trans Mountain is Canada's only pipeline that served the West Coast. Its expansion will increase it to a capacity of 890,000 barrels per day, compared to 300,000 barrels per day currently.

With information from The Canadian Press

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