Ownership out of question
Cabinet minister suggests Mac gas pipeline project may have to be ‘reinvented’
For Petroleum News
The Canadian government has no intention of bridging the cost escalation gap between the C$5 billion Mackenzie Gas Project when it was studied in 2000 and the revised budget of C$16 billion, but it does want gas from the Canadian North delivered to market, Indian and Northern Affairs Minister Jim Pr....
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