Promise and perils of Energy East pipeline
Prime Minister Harper endorses pipeline from Alberta to New Brunswick as a way to open additional markets for Canadian crude
For Petroleum News
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper has made a sharp swerve to the east in his desire to see new markets opened up for crude from the Alberta oil sands.
In a full-blown endorsement, he described TransCanada’s proposed 1.1 million barrels per day pipeline from Alberta to Saint John, New Brunswick,....
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