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Canadian Geographic;Jun2014 Supplement, p16
The article offers information on the controversy related to proposed pipelines from Alberta's oilsands in Canada to an insatiable world market. These proposed pipelines include TransCanada's Keystone XL pipeline, Enbridge's Northern Gateway and the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain expansion projects. These new pipelines are being opposed by environmentalists who are of the view that oilsands development is a source of greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants.


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