- TransCanada (TRP -0.4%) ticks lower even after reporting strong gains for adjusted Q1 earnings, cash flow and revenue as harsh winter weather conditions helped pipeline demand.
- TRP attributes the gains to higher earnings from its NGTL System, Keystone, Bruce Power, U.S. power, and natural gas storage operations.
- TRP says it expects to place ~C$3.6B of assets into service this year, including its recently completed 485-mile extension of its Keystone pipeline system from Cushing, Okla., to the U.S. Gulf coast.
- Meanwhile, Natural Resources Minister Greg Rickford says Canada is not considering a NAFTA challenge after the U.S. delayed its decision on approving Keystone XL (earlier).
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