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TransCanada, the company behind the controversial Keystone XL project, announced on August 1 that it would proceed with its Energy East Pipeline project. The company plans to convert an existing pipeline to carry oil from Alberta to Ontario, and to build a new pipeline from Cornwall, Ontario to Saint John, New Brunswick. The project would bring 1.1 million barrels of oil per...
Événement - 17 September 2013 - Tag : Advocacy, Information sessions, Public Lectures
TransCanada, the company behind the controversial Keystone XL project, announced on August 1 that it would proceed with its Energy East Pipeline project. The company plans to convert an existing pipeline to carry oil from Alberta to Ontario, and to build a new pipeline from Cornwall, Ontario to Saint John, New Brunswick. The project would bring 1.1 million barrels of oil per...
Événement - 17 September 2013 - Tag : Advocacy, Information sessions, Public Lectures
TransCanada, the company behind the controversial Keystone XL project, announced on August 1 that it would proceed with its Energy East Pipeline project. The company plans to convert an existing pipeline to carry oil from Alberta to Ontario, and to build a new pipeline from Cornwall, Ontario to Saint John, New Brunswick. The project would bring 1.1 million barrels of oil per...
Événement - 17 September 2013 - Tag : Advocacy, Information sessions, Public Lectures
TransCanada, the company behind the controversial Keystone XL project, announced on August 1 that it would proceed with its Energy East Pipeline project. The company plans to convert an existing pipeline to carry oil from Alberta to Ontario, and to build a new pipeline from Cornwall, Ontario to Saint John, New Brunswick. The project would bring 1.1 million barrels of oil per...
Événement - 17 September 2013 - Tag : Advocacy, Information sessions, Public Lectures
TransCanada, the company behind the controversial Keystone XL project, announced on August 1 that it would proceed with its Energy East Pipeline project. The company plans to convert an existing pipeline to carry oil from Alberta to Ontario, and to build a new pipeline from Cornwall, Ontario to Saint John, New Brunswick. The project would bring 1.1 million barrels of oil per...
Événement - 17 September 2013 - Tag : Advocacy, Information sessions, Public Lectures
TransCanada, the company behind the controversial Keystone XL project, announced on August 1 that it would proceed with its Energy East Pipeline project. The company plans to convert an existing pipeline to carry oil from Alberta to Ontario, and to build a new pipeline from Cornwall, Ontario to Saint John, New Brunswick. The project would bring 1.1 million barrels of oil per...
Événement - 17 September 2013 - Tag : Advocacy, Information sessions, Public Lectures
TransCanada, the company behind the controversial Keystone XL project, announced on August 1 that it would proceed with its Energy East Pipeline project. The company plans to convert an existing pipeline to carry oil from Alberta to Ontario, and to build a new pipeline from Cornwall, Ontario to Saint John, New Brunswick. The project would bring 1.1 million barrels of oil per...
Événement - 17 September 2013 - Tag : Advocacy, Information sessions, Public Lectures
TransCanada, the company behind the controversial Keystone XL project, announced on August 1 that it would proceed with its Energy East Pipeline project. The company plans to convert an existing pipeline to carry oil from Alberta to Ontario, and to build a new pipeline from Cornwall, Ontario to Saint John, New Brunswick. The project would bring 1.1 million barrels of oil per...
Événement - 17 September 2013 - Tag : Advocacy, Information sessions, Public Lectures
TransCanada, the company behind the controversial Keystone XL project, announced on August 1 that it would proceed with its Energy East Pipeline project. The company plans to convert an existing pipeline to carry oil from Alberta to Ontario, and to build a new pipeline from Cornwall, Ontario to Saint John, New Brunswick. The project would bring 1.1 million barrels of oil per...
Événement - 12 September 2013 - Tag : Advocacy, Information sessions, Public Lectures, Tar sands toolkit
The pipeline company Enbridge has asked the National Energy Board (NEB) for permission to reverse the flow in its Line 9 pipeline and to use it to carry tar sands crude to Montreal. Equiterre senior director Steven Guilbeault will: explain the risks propose alternatives to tar sands oil A great way to find out what you can do! Brought to you by Equiterre in...