Canada-US natural gas line shut down
Alliance line to Chicago down due to hydrogen sulfide, which got into line following upset at Keyera plant in northwestern Alberta
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Confidence in the safety of energy pipelines out of Western Canada has again been rattled, with the focus this time on natural gas, not oil.
The Alliance pipeline to the Chicago area was shut down on Aug. 6 to dispose of dangerous accumulations of hydrogen sulfide.
The operating company — a joint p....
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