Council green lights house on future mining land
“To put the land at risk, it is important to acknowledge the environmental benefits of our plan for a large-scale carbon capture technology to be developed in the Arctic region and this is something we are doing,” he said in an email.
Mr. Lillou said the company and the government are trying to get federal approval for a proposed power plant on 카지노 사이트a land in Prince Edward Sound that has historically been open to oil exploration. He said that land’s name was already on the federal registry for proposed gas fields when the company and the government signed a Memorandum of Understanding in March 2016.
On March 11, 2016, the government’s environmental assessment was completed for the gas field, and the company is “in the process of preparing the application that will be submitted to the federal regulator,” Mr. Lillou said in an email.
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In early 2016, Canadian companies applied to start construction on a pipeline linking the oil sands to a pipeline carrying diluted bitumen from Alberta’s oil sands to Europe via the B.C. coast.
The B.C. provincial government said the application was one of several projects planned to reach the port by mid-decade.
When Kinder Morgan announced its initial application to the federal government to build the pipeline, it said it was still evaluating the application and expected a final decision within a year.
In an email to The Globe, Kinder Morgan officials, including Mark Zindler, a spokesperson for Mr. Lillou, said that the company is now in the process of completing the pipeline.
우리카지노Mr. Zindler said the application was approved under the existing environmental assessment process and has not been subjected to public comment and has not been given the green light. He said an initial stage of environmental review also applied to Kinder Morgan’s previous application in British Columbia.
The company’s application was approved under the new regulations, but its environmental application could still be appealed within 90 days.
In addition to the B.C. application, Kinder Morgan has applied to the federal government in two other provinces for environmental permit approvals in British Columbia, Manitoba and Ontario. Two of those applications were approved in mid-February. One had also been submitted on May 30 to the federal cabinet.
Kinder Morgan said the permits were given under the previous regulations, but said it expects those to take up to three years to complete.
The company was granted an additional permit to conduct exploratory drilling at a site adjacen