Yukon watches, waits, hopes for pipeline
Canadian territory has potential onshore, offshore natural gas; development dependent on connection to larger line, or to mines
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Caught between two spluttering, multibillion-dollar natural gas pipeline projects out of Alaska and the Mackenzie Delta, Canada’s Yukon Territory’s hopes of becoming energy self-sufficient and also shipping its potential natural gas and oil resources to southern markets are stalled.
For now, it has....
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