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  • Northwest Institute for Bioregional Research
    Have you given a different supply forecast to your shareholders and investors than the forecast provided to the Panel in these hearings The answer was that Enbridge CAPP NEB and others produce forecasts regularly at different times with ongoing changing conditions differences are to be expected Ms Boye had many questions about the condensate pipeline The Northern Gateway project consists of two pipelines and two applications Conceivably neither could receive approval or one could or both could Early questioning had revealed that this pipeline wasn t receiving the same attention as the oil pipeline Muse Stancil who had been engaged to produce an oil markets analysis for the project had not been hired to do a similar analysis of condensate markets In 2010 Enbridge had started up its Southern Lights Pipeline a 180 000 barrel per day condensate pipeline from Illinois to Alberta which has a potential expansion capacity of 300 000 bpd Is demand sufficient to support another condensate pipeline Ms Boye pointed at Enbridge s apparent uninterest in the commercial viability of the condensate pipeline The witnesses say basically that they are leaving it up to the market If shippers determine there s sufficient condensate available and customers

    Original URL path: http://northwestinstitute.ca/index.php/enbridge-jrp/final-technical-hearings/edmonton-sept.-18th-day-7 (2015-04-05)
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  • Northwest Institute for Bioregional Research
    to wheels greenhouse gas impact of the oil transported in NGP would be 37 million tonnes about two thirds of BC s total emissions in 2010 Mr Peter asked Is it not appropriate especially in view of Canada s stated target to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions to 17 percent below 2005 levels or 607 megatons by 2020 for these emissions to be entered into some economic ledger somewhere as a social cost to the planet Jack Ruitenbeek a member of NGP s panel replied to Mr Peter He said Canada is responsible for its emissions within its own country not for emissions in countries to which it may be exporting its products Hana Boye represents the Haisla First Nation She displayed an image of Douglas Channel used in an Enbridge video It shows the channel as a wide open waterway not filled with rocky islands and treacherous turns Asked about the missing detail Enbridge s project manager John Carruthers replied that it wasn t intended to be that specific Ms Boye then asks if it was intended to present the Douglas Channel as a route that could be perceived as safer than it actually is Mr Carruthers denies that

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  • Northwest Institute for Bioregional Research
    American markets NGP will cause an increase in the selling price for all Canadian oil producers She highlighted the increasing use of railroads to move crude oil around North America and established that with or without NGP substantial quantities of crude will be moving from Canada to Asia in the next twenty years Late on the third day Elizabeth Graff for the Province of British Columbia came to the podium with Terry Lake BC s Minister of Environment and Geoff Plant the newly appointed legal strategist for BC s intervention Within minutes Ms Graff had made it apparent that she had not read some important evidence and that her questions about insurance were not appropriate for these witnesses The Chairperson Ms Leggett interrupted suggested that Ms Graff take the evening to read the evidence and come back tomorrow with the ability to have us understand how the questions that you re seeking to ask today fit within the issues that we ve outlined for the Edmonton hearings and not where we ve outlined them to be dealt with in Prince George Day four was more orderly for Ms Graff She established that NGP has not talked yet to insurers and doesn t know many specifics about the coverage it will obtain She did determine that NGP is looking at an exposure of about 60 million for cleanup costs for a pipeline spill once every 250 years but was unable to get confirmation that 60 million might be what the company is considering for coverage The Wright Mansell analysis put a figure of 14 000 per barrel for cleanup of a pipeline spill Ms Graff pointed out that that works out to 280 million for a 20 000 barrel spill which is the size of Enbridge s in Michigan in 2010 which has already cost more than 767 million The witnesses explained how costs will be covered in the event of a spill that exceeds the insured limits A commitment by Enbridge to guarantee 100 of cleanup and damages is not being considered Robert Janes representing the Gitxaala Nation was the next questioner His questions were about the cost benefit analysis and the public interest relating to Aboriginal interests risk and certain particular things Mr Janes cites a statement by Roland Priddle also a member of the first witness panel These public interest benefits are indisputable certainties Mr Janes asks whether Mr Priddle is suggesting that the public interest analysis should stop once those benefits are disclosed Mr Priddle replies That is not my position Asked about the statement that all Canadians are to be treated equally Dr Ruitenbeek explains that the statement refers to the cost benefit analysis Aboriginal interests and title and impacts on specific Aboriginal values are considered at the base level but once brought up into the cost benefit analysis lose their differentiation Noting that Dr Ruitenbeek drew significantly from a report written by a Christos Kontovas Mr Janes discusses a citation in Kontovas that insurance payouts

    Original URL path: http://northwestinstitute.ca/index.php/enbridge-jrp/final-technical-hearings/short-summary-of-days-1-5-sept.-4th-8th (2015-04-05)
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  • Northwest Institute for Bioregional Research
    Panel Brochure comparing BC government findings on Enbridge to JRP s final report Community Hearing Summaries Final Technical Hearings NWI Evidence Edmonton Sept 8th Day 5 View the summary below or download the PDF 324Kb The Northwest Institute for Bioregional

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  • Northwest Institute for Bioregional Research
    Panel Brochure comparing BC government findings on Enbridge to JRP s final report Community Hearing Summaries Final Technical Hearings NWI Evidence Edmonton Sept 7th Day 4 View the summary below or download the PDF 251Kb The Northwest Institute for Bioregional

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  • Northwest Institute for Bioregional Research
    Panel Brochure comparing BC government findings on Enbridge to JRP s final report Community Hearing Summaries Final Technical Hearings NWI Evidence Edmonton Sept 6th Day 3 View the summary below or download the PDF 429Kb The Northwest Institute for Bioregional

    Original URL path: http://northwestinstitute.ca/index.php/enbridge-jrp/final-technical-hearings/jrp-technical-hearing-summary-edmonton-sept.-6th-day-3 (2015-04-05)
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  • Northwest Institute for Bioregional Research
    Panel Brochure comparing BC government findings on Enbridge to JRP s final report Community Hearing Summaries Final Technical Hearings NWI Evidence Edmonton Sept 5th Day 2 View the summary below or download the PDF 353Kb The Northwest Institute for Bioregional

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  • Northwest Institute for Bioregional Research
    Panel Brochure comparing BC government findings on Enbridge to JRP s final report Community Hearing Summaries Final Technical Hearings NWI Evidence Edmonton Sept 4th Day 1 View the summary below or download the PDF 147Kb The Northwest Institute for Bioregional

    Original URL path: http://northwestinstitute.ca/index.php/enbridge-jrp/final-technical-hearings/jrp-technical-hearing-summary-edmonton-sept.-4th-day-12 (2015-04-05)
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