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NEB Denies Early Construction on New Brunswick Pipeline

The Canadian Press (via the Amherst Daily) reports that Canada’s National Energy Board denied a requested variance that would have allowed construction to start on the Emera Brunswick Pipeline from Canaport LNG in New Brunswick to the U.S. border, while
November 5, 2007

The Canadian Press (via the Amherst Daily) reports that Canada’s National Energy Board denied a requested variance that would have allowed construction to start on the Emera Brunswick Pipeline from Canaport LNG in New Brunswick to the U.S. border, while Emera continued to provide the Board with information. The NEB specifically cited the lack of a detailed restoration plan for Rockwood Park in Saint John as one reason the variance was denied. A spokesperson for Emera said, “we have been and continue to work with the National Energy Board to provide information that they require.” 

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