“The fact is that Eastern Canadian refineries today are feeding themselves predominately with oil from overseas. This will be an opportunity for Eastern Canada refineries, through the Energy East project, to have access to Western Canada’s crude oil and it will help to ensure their financial viability.
“Since, I think, the fall of 2013 in New Brunswick, we were in the communities talking about this project, doing open houses, getting input from landowners, First Nations groups, and elected officials. They had a lot of good suggestions for us. One of the things we’ve demonstrated is when we get input we do something with it.”
John Van der Put – Vice-president, Quebec and New Brunswick – Energy East
Natural Resources Magazine – Men in the middle – February 19, 2015