Wednesday, June 19, 2013 (All day)
Journal of Commerce
A small oil spill on a section of Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Pipeline from Edmonton, Alberta to Burnaby, B.C. is being used by environmental groups to raise larger concerns about the company's plan to twin the line.
The oil spill on Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline Wednesday evening near Merritt may be one of the smallest recorded in the line’s 60-year history, but it has triggered a seismic public reaction.
The Wilderness Committee his reacted negatively to the news received today (Thursday) of yet another pipeline spill in Western Canada, this time by Texas-based corporation Kinder Morgan, the biggest pipeline company in the US.