Sun hasn’t set on Orient
Northern B.C. deepwater ports live in hopes of oil links from Alberta to Asia; Enbridge prepares for reg reviews, despite setbacks
For Petroleum News
In 1910, the Canadian prime minister of the day, Sir Wilfrid Laurier, told the people of Prince Rupert that their deepwater port on the northern British Columbia coast would eventually be the shipping link to an “awakening” Orient.
He was right on one count. Asia is awake … and hungering for natural....
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PetroChina still negotiating
Heavy crude price dropping
Enbridge keeping Gateway alive
Kinder Morgan has plans on the books for Northern Option
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