BC rejects Trans Mountain
Provincial government says Kinder Morgan has failed to meet its safety conditions, but company insists pipeline plan isnít dead
For Petroleum News
Relations between Canadaís two most western provinces threaten to turn sour with the British Columbia government stunning its Alberta neighbor by calling on the National Energy Board to reject Kinder Morganís bid to triple capacity on its 60-year Trans Mountain pipeline to 890,000 barrels per day.
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BC support not critical
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