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Canadian Appeals Court Upholds Brunswick Pipeline Decision

Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal has dismissed a request by a local environmental group to overturn regulatory approval granted to Emera to build a gas pipeline from Canaport LNG to the Canada-U.S. border. The pipeline route will pass through Rockwood Pa
September 20, 2007

Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal has dismissed a request by a local environmental group to overturn regulatory approval granted to Emera to build a gas pipeline from Canaport LNG to the Canada-U.S. border. The pipeline route will pass through Rockwood Park, in Saint John, New Brunswick, which prompted the appeal. The Associated Press (carried via Energy Central Professional [subscription required]) provides further details.

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