Enbridge playing project catch up
Pipeline company admits it underestimated depth of resistance to Northern Gateway; won’t ignore ‘misleading statements’ from enviros
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Enbridge is fighting back to keep its Northern Gateway project alive, after almost a decade of hoping that the less it said publicly the better its chances of building the twin pipelines to export 525,000 barrels per day of oil sands bitumen from the British Columbia coast and importing 193,000 bpd....
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