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Selection of TransCanada to Build Pipeline to Third LNG Export Terminal Raises Possible Conflict Issues

An article in the Alaska Dispatch discusses Progress Energy’s recent selection of TransCanada to build a pipeline to an LNG export terminal in Prince Rupert Sound, B.C. The article focuses on whether that decision, coupled with TransCanada’s selection to
January 13, 2013

An article in the Alaska Dispatch discusses Progress Energy’s recent selection of TransCanada to build a pipeline to an LNG export terminal in Prince Rupert Sound, B.C. The article focuses on whether that decision, coupled with TransCanada’s selection to build a pipeline to an LNG export terminal at Kitimat, B.C., presents a conflict of interest with TransCanada’s involvement with the Alaska Pipeline Project.

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