TransCanada, Enbridge going at it again
Pipeline giants lock horns over rival attempts to establish a ‘bullet’ crude oil pipeline from Alberta to U.S. Gulf Coast
By Gary Park
For Petroleum News
When the National Energy Board convenes on Sept. 15 it could be adjudicating another brawl between TransCanada and Enbridge, Canada’s pipeline heavyweights.
They just can’t seem to get along.
In the preliminary skirmishes, the two are sharply at odds over the cheapest way to get heavy crude from Ca....
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