Oil firm sold its Trans Mountain assets to Ottawa for $4.5 billion in a deal that closed Aug. 31.
Highly improbable feds and NEB will be able to complete reviews before 2019 election.
Cited purchase of the Trans Mountain pipeline and ensure it’s expanded to carry Alberta oil to the coast.
One ticket for non-compliance in the use of fish spawning deterrents and three related to water volume reporting.
Spill volume reported from company’s Darfield station north of Kamloops on May 27 revised to 4,800 litres from 100 litres.
Rallies held across country, opposition not backing down.
Reaction from oil firms to news of feds’ acquisition a mixed-bag.
The feds will take over construction, likely in August, with a view to eventually selling the whole thing down the road.
Financial discussions continue, but he also says there is nothing yet to say publicly.
Arrested in March protesting the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion in Burnaby, BC.
Issues such as pharmacare and legalization are moot without wealth flowing from expanded pipeline: Hoffman.
Discussions are ongoing with the Trans Mountain pipeline company but “not yet in alignment.”
Government is willing to “provide indemnity” to any investors to ensure the project proceeds.
Says up to the courts to determine what’s constitutional when it comes to expansion of a pipeline.
Will squeeze supply if BC continues to frustrate construction of the pipeline expansion.