Trans Mountain pipeline’s expansion called into question amid growing concerns
By Emily HawsDec. 4, 2017
Kinder Morgan Canada recently appealed to the National Energy Board to speed up the municipal approval process in Burnaby, B.C., but as time goes on, the company says the project 'may become untenable for TM’s shareholders and lenders to proceed.'
Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna, and Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr listen as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the Liberal government has approved Kinder Morgan and Line 3, on Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016. The Hill Times file photograph
As the clock ticks on regulatory permits, the fate of the Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Expansion pipeline becomes less certain.
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