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Enbridge CEO wants to work with BC to minimize fears about safety

The company behind the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline says its willing to work with the B.C. government to minimize fears about the safety of its project.

This comes about a week after the province told a federal review panel it doesn’t support Enbridge’s oil sands pipeline because of how it would respond to a spill.

Enbridge C.E.O. Al Monaco says he doesn’t see the B.C. stance as a setback, and wants to schedule a talk with Premier Christy Clark.

The $6-billion line would take 550,000 barrels per day of Alberta bitumen to a port in Kitimat B.C. for exports to Asia.

June 6th, 2013