Yukon wants gas line action
Fentie urges Ottawa to restart agency to update Foothills certificates for Alaska line
For Petroleum News
The Yukon, with a wary eye on the threat posed by imported LNG, wants the Canadian government to reactivate a 30-year-old agency created to oversee the planning and construction of an Alaska Highway gas pipeline across Canadian territory, Premier Dennis Fentie said.
The Northern Pipeline Agency, und....
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