Kinder Morgan’s board of directors must reach a decision by June 30 for the project to go ahead.
Robyn Allan says the review’s scope is so narrow the outcome is predetermined.
The 75,000-barrel-per-day pipeline is expected to be up and running by late 2017.
If built, Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline capacity would expand from 300,000 to 890,000 barrels per day.
Capacity will be expanded by adding new pumping equipment instead of laying down new pipe.
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Energy producer has secured required contracts to underpin 55,000 barrel per day capacity expansion to its Peace Pipeline.
Reports call pipeline expansion a “national priority”.