Shrinking the field
Canada’s NEB applies new federal legislation in limiting intervener status at Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain expansion hearings
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The Canadian government’s new rules to expedite the regulatory phase of large-scale energy projects and eliminate repetitive presentations are getting their first test as Kinder Morgan prepares for public hearings on its plan to triple capacity on the Trans Mountain pipeline to the British Columbia....
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Some relegated to commenter status
Objection to limits
NEB: Focus on affected parties
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