Nova Scotia starts clock on construction of Bear Paw pipeline

26 Dec 22 Dec, 2016

Nova Scotia’s environment minister has started the countdown clock for construction of a new pipeline. An environmental approval has been granted to the Bear Paw Pipeline Corporation on 22nd December, 2016. The 62-kilometre project will connect a yet-to-be-constructed LNG export facility in Point Tupper, Richmond County, to a gas plant near the Goldboro industrial area in Guysborough County that’s also yet to be built.

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