Trying to turn the tide
Canadian government about to roll out changes to pipeline regulatory reviews, prodded by loss of C$50B in oil and gas revenues
For Petroleum News
There are the first, faint stirrings within the new Canadian government of regulatory and financial changes to advance the prospects of building energy pipelines to the Pacific and Atlantic coasts.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau, as part of his cross-Canada consultations to prepare a 2016-17 budget,....
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