Rivalry — what rivalry?
TransCanada CEO: time has come for Mackenzie, plays down Enbridge rivalry
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TransCanada doesn’t even like to talk about a rivalry with Enbridge as it tries to lock up the lead role in shipping natural gas from the North Slope and Mackenzie Delta and ramps up its growing role in connecting the Alberta oil sands and Lower 48 markets.
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