TC Energy Statement: Keystone Pipeline Permit Revoked

TC Energy Statement: Keystone Pipeline Permit Revoked

Decision to impact thousands of union jobs, new renewable energy investments and opportunities for Indigenous communities

CALGARY, Alberta (STL.News) TC Energy released the following statement January 20, 2021, prior to the action taken.  We reached out to the company for comment on the loss that their shareholders will experience with this political action, but have not heard back from the company.

TC Energy Corporation (TSX, NYSE: TRP) (TC Energy or the company) announced it is disappointed with the expected action to revoke the existing Presidential Permit for the Keystone XL pipeline.  The decision would overturn an unprecedented, comprehensive regulatory process that lasted more than a decade and repeatedly concluded the pipeline would transport much needed energy in an environmentally responsible way while enhancing North American energy security.  The action would directly lead to the layoff of thousands of union workers and negatively impact ground-breaking industry commitments to use new renewable energy as well as historic equity partnerships with Indigenous communities.

TC Energy will review the decision, assess its implications, and consider its options. However, as a result of the expected revocation of the Presidential Permit, advancement of the project will be suspended.  The company will cease capitalizing costs, including interest during construction, effective January 20, 2021, being the date of the decision, and will evaluate the carrying value of its investment in the pipeline, net of project recoveries. 

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