ADN/AP by Dan Joling. Alaska for years has envisioned a multi-billion dollar pipeline that could carry North Slope natural gas through Canada to Lower 48 customers, but the best hope for a market may be Japan or other Asian countries, U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski (NGP Photo) said Wednesday, joining a chorus of officials who have been urging the same idea.
Calgary Herald by James Wood. Premier Alison Redford said Tuesday British Columbians are free to debate the merits of the controversial Northern Gateway pipeline proposal. But the B.C. government can’t make Alberta energy royalties a bargaining chip when it comes to whether the $5.5 billion project goes ahead, she told reporters in Vancouver. Redford spoke at the Canadian Bar Association’s annual Canadian Legal Conference Tuesday morning but had no meetings with Premier Christy Clark or any other member of the B.C. government.