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Post-Energy East, what's next for Canada's energy policy as NEB is modernized?

Monday, October 23, 2017 @ 10:39 AM | By Nigel Bankes

TransCanada Corp. announced on Oct. 5 that it would no longer proceed with its Energy East pipeline project, which involved constructing and operating a 4,500-kilometre crude oil pipeline system from Hardisty, Alta., to Saint John, N.B. Energy East would have delivered oil to three existing refineries in Eastern Canada and to two new marine terminals — one at Cacouna, Que., and the other at Saint John — to allow the export of crude oil to international markets.

The decision to abandon the project and withdraw the...