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March 22, 2015, 10:20 PM
john galt
Oilsands, Pipelines & Politics
Oilsands, Pipelines & Politics

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Originally posted by 96 canola: Having some pompous ass running the govt that we have now who would like nothing more than to run every pipeline he could through to the coast take every right from our local people to better himself and his friends.


Three pipelines have been permitted and are presently under construction, on schedule and on budget in a common corridor to move petroleum products to tidewater at Prince Rupert/Kitimat. The initial three pipelines will export natural gas, diluted oilsands crude, and the diluting solvent will be imported in the third pipeline. Any additional pipelines will be accommodated in this environmentally approved corridor. A refinery and petroleum crude upgrader is planned for Prince Rupert, so the dilutant can be stripped of there and piped back to FtMac. A tidewater refinery for finished products will also be more beneficial to Canadians that exporting crude oil.



March 25, 2015, 10:48 AM
96 canola
As we speak we only have two pipelines approved 1 for PETRONAS lng to prince Rupert and the other Pacific Trail Pipeline to Kitimat that either will be shared by Shell Canada and Chevron or will be twined.
Lng is not as environmentally dangerous as Bitumen that is proposed for Enbridge as lng evaporates like propane when it leaks
September 12, 2015, 01:59 AM
SUB
Pompous criminal lying slimeball harper must stand trial- after the voters dump him we can regain the RCMP and PPSC//
December 27, 2015, 11:29 PM
SUB
Originally posted by john galt:


Oilsands, Pipelines & Politics

quote:
quote:
Originally posted by 96 canola: Having some pompous ass running the govt that we have now who would like nothing more than to run every pipeline he could through to the coast take every right from our local people to better himself and his friends.


Three pipelines have been permitted and are presently under construction, on schedule and on budget in a common corridor to move petroleum products to tidewater at Prince Rupert/Kitimat. The initial three pipelines will export natural gas, diluted oilsands crude, and the diluting solvent will be imported in the third pipeline. Any additional pipelines will be accommodated in this environmentally approved corridor. A refinery and petroleum crude upgrader is planned for Prince Rupert, so the dilutant can be stripped of there and piped back to FtMac. A tidewater refinery for finished products will also be more beneficial to Canadians that exporting crude oil.

galt:
Tell us about your pipelines//

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January 28, 2016, 11:51 PM
john galt
Canadian Oil Feeds our families, puts a roof over their head, pays their taxes, and it's significantly cleaner than coal
If you don't like that, don't live here and benefit from all that Canadian oil which pays for universal health care, and revenue equalization among a confederation of provinces. A wise being does not bite the hand that feeds them.



January 30, 2016, 04:07 PM
SUB
First- tell us about the 3 pipelines approved and under construction- this is news to me...
January 30, 2016, 06:15 PM
john galt
troll somewhere else ... do your own research
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what trolls choose to believe [or not] is irrelevant



January 30, 2016, 11:32 PM
SUB
I follow the issue fairly closely-
3 new pipelines under construction looks like more galt brand Bologna.
January 30, 2016, 11:38 PM
SUB
I've been up there galt- I know how incredibly energy intensive sand tar is- they don't factor the 737s flying crew changes; heating, lighting and feeding thousands of people in camps, building the infrastructure, pipelines, refineries or refining in the EROEI ratio calculation.
Being that it takes so much coal, natural gas, jet fuel, diesel, acetylene, gasoline and propane to wrest the goo from sand, I'm fairly certain we're better off burning coal for electricity than sand tar-
Probably why sand tar is not used for electricity generation.
January 31, 2016, 01:16 AM
Tilly
Hi SUB,
Are you trying to bite the hand that feeds Johnny? Wink



Yucki, Yucki, Yucki, Stinky polluting Canadian Tar Sands!!






February 01, 2016, 10:19 PM
john galt
Minor distractions. Overpopulation is the real problem facing humanity.
"Don't Bite the Hand that Feeds Ya"; if ya don't like that, then bugger off.
https://youtu.be/yZZlo0WZ_iU



February 11, 2016, 10:05 PM
SUB
galt:
Where's your dinner hanging?
February 11, 2016, 10:12 PM
SUB
galt: you are a puzzling duck, but a pattern emerges:
are you in the employ of the Beijing gang?
http://ottawacitizen.com/opini...rade-deal-with-china