Kinder Morgan enters regulatory realm
Formally submits application to triple capacity on Trans Mountain system to 890,000 bpd, open route for oil sands crude to Asia
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Kinder Morgan has set in motion the regulatory process for plans to almost triple capacity on its Trans Mountain pipeline system, with its sights fixed primarily on delivering oil sands bitumen to Asia and confident that it can satisfy the British Columbia government’s conditions for support.
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BC set five conditions
NEB will set hearing schedule
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