Updated: July 23, 2022
TC Energy has safely resumed normal operations of the Keystone Pipeline System.
We would like to thank our workforce, the local utility provider and its crews for their efficient work in restoring power.
We are communicating directly with our customers as we resume normal operations.
Updated: July 20, 2022
Repair work is continuing following third-party damage to the power supply to a facility on the Keystone Pipeline System near Huron, South Dakota. Our system continues to operate safely at a reduced rate as a result of the incident. We are unable to further discuss operations as it involves commercially sensitive information. We can confirm there was no material impact to TC Energy-owned facilities during the incident. Currently, there is no timeline for completion of repairs and restoration of power service. As updates are available, we will share them here.
July 18, 2022
On July 17, 2022, we were made aware of a non-operational incident resulting from third-party damage to the power supply to a facility on the Keystone Pipeline System near Huron, South Dakota. Our system continues to operate safely. Initial damage assessments have been completed with no material impact to TC Energy owned facilities.
A force majeure has been declared on Keystone, which is operating at a reduced rate due to damage to the third-party power utility. Repairs are being undertaken and we are working to restore full service as soon as possible. A timeline for full-service restoration is not available at this time.
The safety of our people, communities and protection of the environment remains a primary focus and we continue to actively respond. We have informed our customers and key stakeholders and will keep them apprised of updates.