Damper on Asian link
Kinder Morgan, TransCanada and Canadian Natural Resources cool to idea that new markets for Canadian crude is an early option
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Any thoughts that record shipments of Canadian crude oil from the Port of Vancouver might speed up the introduction of tanker traffic on a large scale to Asia have been downplayed by Kinder Morgan Canada.
Rival pipeline companies, Enbridge and TransCanada, agree that opening the door to alternative....
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