October 2019, Vol. 246, No. 10

Projects

Trans Mountain Restarts Construction on Pipeline Expansion

Trans Mountain Corp restarted construction on parts of its pipeline to nearly triple the flow of crude from Alberta’s oil sands to the British Columbia coast roughly a year after the project’s latest regulatory setback.  The Trans Mountain pipeline, which the Canadian government bought last year to help ensure the completion of the expansion to 890,000 bpd after years of delay, is fiercely opposed by environmental and some indigenous groups. Last year, a Canadian court overturned the federal government’s 2016 approval of the project on the grounds it had failed to adequately consult indigenous groups. After a new regulatory review, Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government reapproved the pipelin

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