"TransCanada shut down the southern leg of the Keystone XL (now called the Gulf Coast Pipeline Project) on June 2 for 'routine work,' according to Reuters.
'Pipelines aren't normally shut down for maintenance shortly after being started up. They may have planned it but something is wrong,' an industry insider told DeSmogBlog. 'A two day shutdown on a new line raises suspicions.'
The Pipeline and Hazardous Material Safety Administration was unable to provide an answer to DeSmogBlog when asked to confirm if the shutdown was due to routine work today."