Pipeline plans swamp regulator
U.S. appetite for Canadian crude sends NEB into ‘high gear’; Enbridge ponders interim option for final connection to Gulf refineries
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Canada’s National Energy Board is feeling the crunch from growing oil sands production, handling applications last year for 885,000 barrels per day of new pipeline capacity, compared with a mere 40,000 bpd in 2006.
It’s all part of the wholesale shift from a period when natural gas ruled in Western....
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