CALGARY — Kinder Morgan Canada’s controversial Trans Mountain pipeline expansion has encountered further delays, the company said Wednesday, citing ongoing permitting issues.Kinder Morgan had initially expected the $7.4 billion project, which will carry 590,000 barrels of oil per day from Alberta to Burnaby, B.C.
CALGARY – TransCanada Corp. has yet to finalize a decision to build its Keystone XL pipeline, even after announcing it had inked enough 20-year contracts to make the pipeline commercially viable, which critics say falls short of a full-throated backing by Alberta’s oil industry. Calgary-based TransCanada said Thursday that shippers – including the Alberta government – had committed to send 500,000 barrels per day on its proposed Keystone XL project out of the province to the U.S. Gulf Coast.
CALGARY – The National Energy Board has granted Kinder Morgan Canada’s request to establish a process whereby the company can get the permits it needs to build its controversial Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project, even if local governments are opposed. Kinder Morgan Canada had asked the NEB in November to create a board that would resolve disputes between it and municipalities and the B.C.
"Specifically, the NEB has set out a generic process to consider future requests relating to a Project condition that binds Trans Mountain to its commitment to apply for, or seek variance from, all required provincial and municipal permits and authorizations."
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Selecting a term
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