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Natives question pipeline ownership Vancouver Sun, Canadian Press. Hana Boye, who represents the Haisla band which claims much of the pipeline's route as its traditional territory, queried Enbridge officials at the Joint Review Panel hearing yesterday on who put up money for ten $10-million option agreements that could guarantee their holders space in the pipeline and a share of its ownership. Enbridge VP John Fisher conceded the Chinese state-owned oil company Sinopec owns one of the $10-million units but some of the unit owners cannot be divulged due to confidentiality agreements.
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If BC's energy drama were written as a play, the first act would have been Gordon Campbell's through the previous decade: orders to BC Hydro to buy as much power as it could from IPPs, removal of the BC Utilities Commission from all significant decisions, self-sufficiency plus insurance, smart meters, no more gas-fired generation.
Enbridge is replacing 6B, the pipeline that was the source of the spill but says it's just for "integrity", not directly related to the 2010 spill. That project will cost $1.6 billion.
Gawd, these guys are so lame! And greedy!
The article above is about US corporations. I was curious to know how some of our Canadian companies stacked up, especially resource companies acting in BC. If you're an average working stiff breaking your back to pay taxes in Canada, you may not want to read beyond here.