Pipeline construction hampered by hearings, permits, court action: report – CFJC Today

by ahnationtalk on September 13, 201988 Views

Sep 13, 2019

VANCOUVER — Construction of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion will likely be delayed due to detailed route hearings, outstanding provincial permits and Indigenous court challenges, says a report from environmental group Stand.earth.

The report argues that the Crown corporation that owns the project faces bigger construction challenges than it has openly acknowledged and is unlikely to complete it within a planned three-year timeline.

Many details of construction are publicly available, but they are complex and buried on the website of the Canadian Energy Regulator, formerly the National Energy Board, Tzeporah Berman of Stand.earth told a news conference Wednesday.

Read More: https://cfjctoday.com/2019/09/13/pipeline-construction-hampered-by-hearings-permits-court-action-report-3/

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