Mac process will help Alaska gas line
Regulator says Canada's experience with its northern natural gas pipeline will make things go more smoothly for Alaska's pipeline
Scott Streiner says Canada’s experience with the Mackenzie gas pipeline review has beenven enlightening for his government, and has paved the way for the Alaska gas line’s environmental assessment (EA) and regulatory process in Canada.
Streiner, vice president of program delivery for the Canadian En....
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Canada has three types of environmental assessments
Coordinated review process the goal
Aboriginal communities included
Alaska review 18-20 months
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