NEB Names New Energy East, Eastern Mainline Hearing Panel

The National Energy Board (NEB) has assigned a three-member hearing panel to undertake the review of TransCanada’s Energy East and Eastern Mainline projects.

The panel will be composed of Don Ferguson, along with Carole Malo and Marc Paquin. In the coming weeks, they will determine how to move forward with the review process.

The Energy East Pipeline Project is a proposed 2,796-mile pipeline that would carry 1.1-million barrels of crude oil per day from Alberta and Saskatchewan to refineries in Eastern Canada and a marine terminal in New Brunswick.

The Eastern Mainline Project is a proposal to build approximately 173 miles of new gas pipeline and related components in four sections, beginning near Markham, Ontario and finishing near Brouseville, Ontario.


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