Ontario says risks outweigh benefits
At issue is Energy East pipeline, which would move 1.1 million bpd of crude from Western Canada to Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick
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The prospect of pumping C$15 billion to C$19 billion into the Ontario economy over the first 20 years of TransCanada’s Energy East project has failed to sway the Ontario Energy Board.
The provincial government’s energy regulator argued the environmental risks of the C$12 billion pipeline, designed t....
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Economic benefits ‘modest’
Natural gas prices a concern
Right of way
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