Canada: Rough time on home-front
Trans Mountain, Energy East pipelines mauled; opponents call for halt to review of BC project, mayors spurn chance to end imports
For Petroleum News
Another week, another round of pummeling for Canadaís oil pipeline projects.
On the first day of National Energy Board hearings, while protesters kicked up a fuss out on the street in Vancouver, the federal regulator was told it didnít have the authority to adjudicate on Kinder Morganís Trans Mounta....
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