September 13, 2017

EXCLUSIVE: How Pembina’s “extreme” regulations put an end to Energy East

Holly NicholasRebel Commentator
 

The Energy East pipeline is on its last legs partly due to unfair regulations coming down from the National Energy Board but now we’ve discovered even more obstacles thrown in TransCanada’s way. 

The Feds are partnering with different organizations to do the legwork on these regulations, among them the foreign funded anti-oil Pembina Institute, and now we’ve just found out what they have recommended.

The Rebel has documentation through access to information requests that outline how Pembina suggests handling these emissions. They show that the Institute has already factored upstream emissions into their 100 Mt cap.

Watch as I reveal more of the worst details found in these documents!

None of this makes sense unless you’re a Liberal or the Alberta NDP.

They’re against pipeline construction and these double regulations mean putting an end to Energy East.

Both the federal and provincial governments are using Pembina to make recommendations

The Liberals and NDP hate the oil and gas industry and they want to put an end to it but they just don’t want to say so. 

Instead, they get their friends over at the Pembina Institute to do it for them.

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commented 2017-09-14 15:53:17 -0400
One thing is certain.Trudeau will be filthy rich and probably Notley too when they eventually get booted out of office. But then again Trudeau might find a bus driver to take over the reigns of power as he already thinks of himself as a dictator.
commented 2017-09-14 13:43:29 -0400
This is to be expected when you have a Saudi oil broker in the PMO.
commented 2017-09-14 10:31:00 -0400
This is intentional destruction of the wealth of Canadians, to eliminate a competitor to the arab states. Exactly like the Venezuela socialism. Those politicians do not hate the oil and gas industry, they are corrupted and bought.
commented 2017-09-14 01:57:42 -0400
Can’t say I am surprised.
commented 2017-09-14 00:49:56 -0400
Andrzej Szkoda the useful idiots are fine with other countries having pipelines they merely want to cripple Canada in that regard because they get paid to betray their own countries.
commented 2017-09-13 20:16:41 -0400
Unfortunately there is nobody in Alberta to defend Alberta. At the very least we should be blocking all products from these provinces that are attacking Alberta. However, even that would take a backbone and someone who knows how to fight.
commented 2017-09-13 20:07:58 -0400
I am waiting impatiently for the money trees and golden egg laying turkeys that Baby Doc and Auntie Rachel say will pay for everything. Maybe they need to give us instructions in the horticulture and husbandry to make it happen. Like do I plant a Loonie or a Toonie as seed for the money tree. How much gold gets shaved into poultry feed. These are important things to know to make the new economy, Baby Doc’s Butts talks about, happen.
commented 2017-09-13 19:59:13 -0400
Maybe Canada should follow one of the leading countries in climate change fight – Germany. Somehow they do not mind digging oil and gas pipelines under Baltic Sea (Nord Stream and Nord Stream 2)
commented 2017-09-13 19:42:51 -0400
The “Boy Wonder” premier of New Brunswick was elected on a promise to ban fracking. And now he is begging and pleading TCPL to not walk away from Energy East.
It’s like I have been telling my Alberta neighbours for the past 39 years snce I migrated here from NB. You can’t see it from here, but the tide comes in and goes out twice every day. And there’s nothing any of us can do to change that…
commented 2017-09-13 19:17:32 -0400
Don’t worry people we will just use more mid east oil that somehow magically does not pollute unlike Canadian oil.