March 2017, Vol. 244, No. 3


Watching North America’s Pipeline Renaissance

This could be a good year for oil and gas pipeline project approvals in North America. The new administrations in Canada and the United States have given permission to proceed for long-delayed oil and gas pipeline schemes that improve capacity to move crude and gas from their source to markets. In the U.S., perhaps least contentious, is the US$3 billion, 200-mile Atlantic Sunrise natural gas pipeline expansion in the Northeast. Bigger and more in the public eye, are TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline and the completion of the US$3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline. In Canada, there is Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain CN$ 6.8 billion line and Enbridge’s CN$7.5 billion Line 3 expansion project

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