February 2010 Vol. 237 No. 2


Mackenzie Gas Project Gains Canadian Panel Approval

The Joint Review Panel, a federally appointed group that for five years has been examining the socio-economic and environmental impact of the proposed Mackenzie Gas Project, has conditionally recommended approval of the project. The opinion of the joint federal and provincial panel, which comes after more than two years of deliberations, is crucial to a decision by Canada’s National Energy Board (NEB) as to whether the 745-mile pipeline project can go ahead. The pipeline would carry up to 1.9 Bcf/d of natural gas from the Mackenzie Delta in the Canadian Arctic to southern markets in Canada and the U.S. “The panel is confident that the project as filed, if built and

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