Canada to fast-track Alaska
Learned from Mackenzie gas line mistakes, will speed Alaska line passage
For Petroleum News
The Canadian government is promising not to repeat the plodding process that has been a drag on the Mackenzie Gas Project if it is asked to regulate an Alaska gas pipeline across Canadian territory.
A senior federal official told a conference of U.S. and Canadian energy officials in Calgary May 5 th....
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