Exporters face troubled waters
Crude tanker trade from B.C. growing; regulatory approval to be sought for more shipments; members of Parliament press for ban
For Petroleum News
Growing numbers of crude oil tankers have been quietly slipping out of Vancouver, destined for Asian markets and Kinder Morgan Canada is preparing to seek regulatory approval to allow even more crude to cross the Pacific.
At the same time, opposition to tanker traffic off the British Columbia coast....
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Four ships in 2008; eight last year
Unwritten moratorium not law
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