Pipelines on bumpy road
Three major plans to move oil sands bitumen from Alberta to Canada’s West and East Coasts all face opposition from First Nations
For Petroleum News
Whatever faint hopes Canada’s pipeline companies might have held that one major oil sands export venture would make a smooth passage through the regulatory process have been dashed.
First Nations have now taken a rigid stance against all three projects within Canada that are designed to ship up to 2....
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