Kinder Morgan in a wrangle
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Kinder Morgan is now facing the same buffeting as rival Enbridge as it enters the regulatory phase of its plan to triple its shipments of oil sands bitumen to the British Columbia coast and Washington state for possible export to Asia.
Having initially avoided the public rage that has surrounded Enb....
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