British Columbia refinery plan gets lift
Former high profile Canadian cabinet minister lends experience to bitumen refinery on Pacific Coasts; views project as ‘legacy’
For Petroleum News
A former high-profile cabinet minister in the Canadian and Alberta governments has added weight to a long-shot proposal to build a refinery on the British Columbia coast to process oil sands bitumen for export to Asia.
Stockwell Day, once deputy premier in Alberta, has been announced as a senior adv....
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Goal to start engineering work this year
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