Alberta’s plan to get its landlocked oil to overseas markets by way of Arctic shores might just become a reality — and sooner than the stalled Northern Gateway or Keystone XL projects.
As the president of the Northern Gateway pipeline told a Calgary business audience on Thursday that a 2018 start date was “quickly evaporating,” the Alberta government was sitting on a new possibility to get its oil to overseas markets: the Arctic. And its first — albeit smallish — delivery could be as early as next year.
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