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