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TransCanada’s pipeline project in Guadalajara, Mexico. (Paul B. Connor/Transcanada)
TransCanada’s pipeline project in Guadalajara, Mexico. (Paul B. Connor/Transcanada)

TransCanada’s Mexico pipeline plans hit local resistance Add to ...

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Faced with widespread opposition to pipeline plans in Canada and the U.S., TransCanada Corp. pinned its hopes for big new growth projects elsewhere: in Mexico.

The Calgary pipeline giant saw Mexico as an easier place to proceed with new developments.

It set plans to build $5-billion (U.S.) of new infrastructure that would aid the government’s push to vastly expand its natural-gas network across the country.

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