Lunn prods Bodman on pipeline approvals
Canadian cabinet minister presses U.S. counterpart to speed up regulatory process; NEB warns pipeline rationing could hit this fall
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Canadian Natural Resources Minister Gary Lunn decided it was time to put some pressure on the United States.
At a summit of the top energy officials from the United States, Canada and Mexico on July 23, Lunn took the chance to buttonhole U.S. Energy Secretary Samuel Bodman over what he perceived as....
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