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CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) - TransCanada Corp's (TRP.TO) application to Canadian regulators for its proposed 1.1 million barrel per day Energy East pipeline will be delayed until sometime in 2014, the news agency Canadian Press reported on Thursday.
TransCanada's Steve Pohlod, vice president, commercial east, told an energy conference in Saint John, New Brunswick, there is too much work to do to meet the original target of filing the application with Canada's National Energy Board before the end of 2013, the report said.
TransCanada officials were not immediately available for comment.
Reporting by Nia Williams