Northern Gateway faces rival
First Nations, BC industrial giant unveil plans for C$18B energy corridor to BC coast in bid to attract aboriginal participation
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A First Nations’ company, backed by one of British Columbia’s wealthiest families, is trying to seize the initiative in moving synthetic crude rather than controversial bitumen from the Alberta oil sands to the Pacific Coast by proposing an alternative to Enbridge’s floundering Northern Gateway proj....
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