The federal government will have the final say, and has roughly six months to reach a decision.
Northern Gateway and other pipeline projects mean production in the Alberta oil sands could as much as triple by 2035.
New Brunswick premier backs TransCanada’s proposed $12-billion pipeline as critical to the economy.
Al Monaco says the agreement will shift momentum in favour of the company’s controversial Northern Gateway pipeline.
The deal removes the prospect of Alberta holding BC’s growing natural gas business hostage.
Project was shelved during 2008 financial crisis; to start production in 2017.
Enbridge says its Line 9 reversal would uncork an important export outlet for Alberta oil producers.
The oil-giant says it will focus on the pipeline’s safety in its pitch to the National Energy Board.
Quantities would match those of the proposed Northern Gateway.
Union Gas, Gaz Metro and Enbridge now have access to supplies from Union’s Dawn market hub near Sarnia, Ont.
The reversal of Line 9 will sustain refining capacity and the more than 4,000 jobs.
Elizabeth May says the Harper government is spending at least $78 million on marine spill studies specifically connected to bitumen.
Questions savings from sourcing gas through a hub in the province versus Alberta.
Both companies are looking to increase natural gas infrastructure in Ontario.
Blasts were much more intense than what would be expected from the petroleum product.