February 2018, Vol. 245, No. 2

Features

Pipeline Politics Destroyed Canada’s Reputation for Investors

It took a decade. It happened so gradually few noticed. Those who did were regarded as alarmist. Those opposed who participated, knowingly or otherwise, in an organized, well-financed, multi-year plan to destroy the future of the oil sands were pleased. No country in the world has written more about pipelines that were never built. Northern Gateway. Keystone XL. Energy East. Federally approved Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain is bogged down in endless controversy, posturing and obstruction. Although construction in Canada is underway, Enbridge’s Line 3 replacement is stuck in the approval glue in Minnesota. KXL may proceed but only because of President Donald Trump. A decision from Nebraska as

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