(Reuters) - TransCanada Corp <TRP.TO> will conduct two separate 24-hour outages on its Keystone crude oil pipeline in July upstream of Steele City, Nebraska, according to a customer notice reviewed by Reuters on Thursday.
Work will be done on July 7 and 19, the notice said.
The Canadian pipeline company will also conduct a 96-hour outage on the pipeline upstream of Steele City from Aug. 30 to Sept 2, it added.
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A company representative could not immediately be reached for comment.
(Reporting by Catherine Ngai; Editing by Dan Grebler)