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NEB seeks public input on expanded pipeline emergency plan disclosure rules

CJME Wednesday, 11 January 2017
*By The Canadian Press*

CALGARY — The National Energy Board says it will require companies making pipeline applications to provide more detail on their emergency response plans.

The federal regulator says the rule changes are being made in response to frequent demands from participants at its recent public hearings.

It launched a 60-day online public comment period Wednesday to gather input to be used in the final draft of its ruling.

The new rules are expected to require more information at... // Read Full Article
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