May 2015, Vol 242, No. 5

Features

Long Road Ahead for Energy East Pipeline in Canada

Canada’s National Energy Board (NEB) has been inundated by 1,800 applications from those interested in participating in hearings on the proposed Energy East oil pipeline that would carry over MMbpd from Western Canada to export terminals on the country’s Atlantic coast. The applicants, ranging from individuals to provincial governments, want to highlight the environmental risks of TransCanada Corp.’s $12 billion, 2,850-mile pipeline – a combination of existing pipelines and new construction – from Alberta through Quebec to the Irving Canaport terminal at the entrance to St. John Harbor in coastal New Brunswick. Among the applicants is

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