Global News reported on Friday, February 22 the National Energy Board Canada concluded that the Trans Mountain Expansion Project is in the Canadian public interest and has recommended that the project be approved. This project, which would triple the capacity of the existing pipeline between Edmonton and Burnaby B.C. has been in limbo while the federal government attempts to fulfill the Supreme Court’s requirements. The decision starts the clock on a 90-day deadline for cabinet to decide whether the project should proceed, but there have already been signals that the deadline could be pushed back. The report was released on the deadline date set out by the federal government.
There are individuals in the Senate representing the interests of Albertans and striving to make their voices heard on Bill C-69. Alberta Independent Senator Honorable Doug Black, Q.C. to discuss implications, frontline progress and host a Q&A session with Calgarians. PASC’s half-day Insights 2019 conference is pleased to provide this unique presentation on March 14th.
Join us for a series of presentations March 14, 2019, PASC Insights 2019 addressing the issues that currently face the Oil & Gas industry in Alberta. The Honourable Doug Black will be participating in this half day session taking questions and discussing the impact of Bill C-69.
Thursday, March 14, 2019 at the Calgary Petroleum Club
A presentation of the Petroleum Accountants Society of Canada (PASC) www.petroleumaccountants.com
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