Approvals For TransCanada Sand Tar Pipeline Gets Sticky

Barlas, Stephen
October 2010
Underground Construction;Oct2010, Vol. 65 Issue 10, p14
Trade Publication
The article reports on the uncertain approval of the 2000-mile pipeline construction proposed by TransCanada Corp. after several concerns were expressed about its environmental impact and safety in the U.S. It highlights the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the House and Senate members as the federal agency and officials who raised questions about the pipeline. However, it notes that TransCanada vice president Robert Jones is still optimistic on the success of the project's operation.


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