TransCanada restarts Keystone oil pipeline

Mon Oct 22, 2012 5:42pm EDT
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CALGARY, Alberta Oct 22 (Reuters) - TransCanada Corp said on Monday it had restarted its 590,000 barrel a day Keystone oil pipeline to the central United States from Canada after inspecting the line for a potential defect.

TransCanada expects to run the key Canadian oil export conduit at a reduced rate for up to 24 hours while it finishes its testing, spokesman James Millar said in an email. The company will have talks with its shippers to determine the impact on deliveries from the five-day outage, he said.