The main reason why any B.C. provincial government should use all its powers to prevent any oil pipeline crossing the province and oil being exported by tanker, lies in a simple fact: the Canadian taxpayers are on the hook to clean up catastrophic oil spills if a tanker hits a rock in Canadian waters. . . . → Read More: CuriosityCat: Why a B.C government should halt oil pipelines crossing the province
TransCanada was once in the limelight and targeted for its Keystone XL pipeline project. Now, with few eyes watching, it is pushing along two key pipeline projects that would bring two respective forms of what energy geopolitics scholar Michael Klare calls "extreme energy" to lucrative export markets.
Pipeline one: the southern segment of . . . → Read More: DeSmogBlog: TransCanada’s Latest Extreme Energy Export Pipelines in the U.S. and Canada