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Emera Brunswick Pipeline Receives Environmental Approval

The proposed Emera Brunswick Pipeline, which would transport gas from the Canaport LNG terminal under construction near Saint John, New Brunswick, to the Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline, has received environmental approval from Canada’s National Energy Bo
April 11, 2007

The proposed Emera Brunswick Pipeline, which would transport gas from the Canaport LNG terminal under construction near Saint John, New Brunswick, to the Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline, has received environmental approval from Canada’s National Energy Board (NEB). In its report, the NEB conditions its approval on acceptance of recommendations, including development of a site-specific environmental protection plan and establishment of emergency response procedures. The pipeline still requires approval by the Canadian Cabinet. Reuters provides additional coverage.

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