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Evaluation of the Line 3 Proposal Public Commentary

As I did on a previous session of public comments on the Enbridge Line 3 proposed new line project, I am again reporting on the nature of the data for this latest round of Revised Final Environmental Impact Statement (RFEIS) Public Comments for the Public Utilities Commission (PUC). 2,091 more words


How to talk to oil and gas enthusiasts: Canadian edition

Here in Vancouver, British Columbia, I am now witnessing what is arguably the most important energy policy debate on the North American continent today. The Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion proposal is pitting province against province, and province against the federal government of Canada, in increasingly dramatic terms. 689 more words

Energy Policy

Protesters return to Burnaby to block Trans Mountain pipeline construction

Dozens of activists descended on Kinder Morgan’s facility on Burnaby Mountain Saturday to continue their protest against the Trans Mountain pipeline, leading to dozens of arrests. 852 more words


Gas Pipeline Infrastructure Market Opportunity Assessment and Global Industry Analysis 2018-2025

Global Gas Pipeline Infrastructure Market Professional Survey Report 2018 is an in depth study analyzing the current state of the Global Gas Pipeline Infrastructure Market. It provides brief overview of the market focusing on definitions, market segmentation, end-use applications and industry chain analysis. 44 more words

Review of Tar Sands Pipeline Fails to Address Tribal, Environmental Concerns

MAR 15, 2018 – The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission on March 15 ruled that the final environmental impact statement (FEIS) on Enbridge’s proposed Line 3 tar sands pipeline will be considered adequate, in spite of its failure to address many environmental concerns and the pipeline’s impact on tribal communities and cultural resources. 167 more words


How not to manage infrastructure crisis risk

The best crisis management is taking planned steps to prevent a crisis from happening in the first place. But that important principle sometimes seems to take a back seat when it comes to a crisis risk involving costly, vulnerable infrastructure. 524 more words

Reputation Risk

KWEKWECNEWTXW - Protect the Inlet

March 10, 2018:  Representatives from OCA, Sierra Club and thousands more joined with First Nations in Vancouver BC to resist the Kinder Morgan tar-sands pipeline. They sent a clear message to Prime Minister Trudeau that he does not have consent to allow the Kinder Morgan Trans-Mountain pipeline expansion. 21 more words