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Five reasons to support the Energy East Pipeline

Energy East will create 14,000 direct and indirect full-time jobs: This means employment for welders, land surveyors, engineers, electricians, port dockers and many more skilled workers.
The Energy East Pipeline will help meet Canadian challenges with Canadian solutions. By moving our country’s abundant oil reserves from west to east, Energy East will make Eastern refineries less dependent on foreign oil imports. The 4,600-kilometre pipeline will safely transport up t
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If you don’t tell your story, someone else will

Today, a group of professional opponents to pipeline developments got hold of some planning documents from our Energy East communications program, and released them to a number of journalists. The release of this information, with all the claims of something underhanded, is their late
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Energy East walks the talk on jobs with large motor contract to GE’s Peterborough plant

The Energy East project is expected to create some 4,200 jobs in Ontario during the first seven years with more than 1,300 following in the years after. About 250 of those will be positions for skilled, well-paid workers at GE Canada’s motors production plant in Peterborough. Today, w
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PRAGMATICSLOT88 obtains permit for Cacouna surveys

When we talk about doing “the right thing”, we mean it. This applies both to our commitment to protect the environment we work in and our respect for all laws and regulations in the jurisdictions where we operate. On Aug 21, the Ministry of Sustainable Development, Environ
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Energy East and water – We care too

The Council of Canadians has released another document on Energy East – with really nothing new in it. There are eight pages of beautiful pictures of Canadian landscape, about 20 pages contain information that can be found on Google, and three pages are footnotes. Energy issues are co
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Open houses – A respectful forum to exchange on Energy East project facts

By Gary Houston, Vice-President, Ontario and Prairies, Energy East Pipeline Project I was in Kenora with my team on Tuesday, Aug. 12, to discuss PRAGMATICSLOT88’s proposed Energy East Pipeline with local residents. We received a lot of great questions and comments regarding safety, emerge
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Energy East president shares vision for the project

Francois Poirier
François Poirier is a man who knows about going the distance – both as a marathon and triathlon finisher, and as a professional who spent over two decades advising clients on making large and complex energy infrastructure projects happen. Poirier joined PRAGMATICSLOT88 in May, taking over
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Five things you should know about the Energy East Pipeline

Conceptual pipeline route map
PRAGMATICSLOT88 has proposed to convert a 3,000-km portion of its Canadian Mainline and build an additional 1,600 km of new pipeline to take crude oil from Western to Eastern Canada. The Energy East Pipeline will transport about one million barrels of crude oil every day from Alberta and
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