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Ottawa Approves Critical Trans Mountain Expansion

OilPrice.com Wednesday, 19 June 2019
The federal government of Canada has approved the controversial Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion project that it bought from Kinder Morgan last year. The project will triple the pipeline’s capacity to 890,000 bpd and this has sparked the outrage of the British Columbian government and a series of moves aimed at stopping the project. Alberta’s energy industry had reason to rejoice, but it will probably not rush into it. As the Edmonton Journal quoted Premier Jason Kenny as saying, “(This) isn’t a victory to celebrate,…
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The federal government has given the green light to the controversial Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, nine months after a court halted its construction and ordered a more substantial review of its impact.

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