New federal point man for Mackenzie gas line says equity possible
Handley: Imperial looking at all options for Arctic gas, including LNG and Dempster Lateral connecting to Alaska Highway line
There will be no direct Canadian government subsidies for the proposed Mackenzie Valley natural gas pipeline, but an ownership position is possible, says a newly appointed chief federal representative for the project.
Hired by the government to manage the file, Andrei Sulzenko, previously a lead ne....
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Imperial says it is not asking for subsidies
Imperial looking at LNG and Dempster Lateral options
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