Alberta’s objective to get land locked oil to overseas markets via the arctic may come together sooner then stalled plans for the Northern Gateway and Keystone XL projects through British Columbia
The basic plan would have a brand new pipeline built from Fort McMurray, Alberta to the northern arctic port of Tuktoyaktak. At nearly 2,400 kilometers the arctic pipeline option would be more than twice the length as the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline to the west coast of British Columbia.
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