Foundation report calls for cooperation
Provinces told failure to act on pipelines will cost C$70 million a day in economic activity; TransCanada would move crude to east
For Petroleum News Bakken
Canada’s provincial governments urgently need to cooperate to overcome the critical shortage of crude oil pipeline capacity out of Western Canada, or see their energy sector put at risk, says a study by the Canada West Foundation, an independent think tank.
“Delaying even a single pipeline project....
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