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Pipelines under rivers: a few facts

Going under the river: horizontal directional drilling means pipelines can be safely installed well below the river bed while leaving the natural resources above intact and undisturbed.
Ever wondered how a pipeline goes under a river? In recent years, the development of new technologies mean pipelines can be safely installed, well below the river bed, leaving the environment above intact and undisturbed. How do we do this? One of the technologies we use is called hor
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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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