Screws turned on BC pipeline, LNG plans
City of Burnaby says Kinder Morgan filed insufficient pipeline expansion information; BC government under fire over water permits
For Petroleum News
The opposition keeps piling up against plans to export oil sands bitumen and LNG from the British Columbia coast.
Under the gun are Kinder Morganís plans to almost triple capacity on its Trans Mountain pipeline system to 890,000 barrels per day and both the British Columbia government and natural ga....
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