Canada’s Pipeline Industry Takes Another Hit

December 2017, Vol. 244, No. 12

Pipeline & Gas Journal News Services

Another oil pipeline in Canada bites the dust with TransCanada’s decision to scrap its plans to build a 2,800-mile major pipeline that would traverse nearly the entire country, closing off a crucial potential export route for Canada’s oil sands. The $15.7 billion Energy East pipeline would have transported 1.1 MMbpd of oil from Alberta to Canada’s eastern coast for refining and export. It faced significant opposition from communities affected along the pipeline’s route, but TransCanada had been confident that it could overcome those hurdles. More recently, however, top Canadian regulators decided that the pipeline would…

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