Canadian pipelines face crunch in 2008
NEB report gave attention to obstacles in gas delivery system; North America demand expected to surpass domestic supplies
For Petroleum News
Canada has enough pipeline capacity to move its petroleum products to consumers, but the National Energy Board says those days could be over by 2008.
In its second annual report on Canada’s transportation network, which covers 28,000 miles of regulated pipelines, board Chairman Ken Vollman said the....
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