NEB will have to redo project review; feds will have to redo part of consultations with Indigenous groups.
Feds set to become official owner of project.
Premier Rachel Notley said of the possibility: “I think there’s a good possibility … but I honestly can’t get into much more detail on it until all the final decisions are made.”
One ticket for non-compliance in the use of fish spawning deterrents and three related to water volume reporting.
Work will include development of the Westridge Marine Terminal tunnel portal at Burnaby Mountain.
Whales among key concerns, their sonar already disrupted by existing vessel traffic.
Current trade troubles points to the nee for a more diverse market of energy.
Spill volume reported from company’s Darfield station north of Kamloops on May 27 revised to 4,800 litres from 100 litres.
Morneau predicted Trudeau government will have no difficulty selling Trans Mountain pipeline; after uncertainty about its future is resolved.
Energy company is ramping up production of its Fort Hills oil sands mine, but has approved no other major growth projects in northern Alberta.
Possible interest from First Nation in pipeline stake.
Bill C-48 would indefinitely ban most oil tankers loading or unloading anywhere on the BC north coast.
Rallies held across country, opposition not backing down.
Payments conditional on continued employment; stiff opposition from NDP, Conservatives.
Reaction from oil firms to news of feds’ acquisition a mixed-bag.