From News Advance, 1/18/17, by Rachel Mahoney
Thank you Sue Delos, for getting me this article and for doing the presentation!
Clearly, there remains significant interest in the pipelines. Unfortunately, we did not have time to cover that area in the study.
Hydraulic Fracturing study has been a significant challenge as it has been a “moving target”. There have been daily changes in information; and, it has taken a lot of work to be sure that both sides of the issue were covered.
The pipelines are very important: http://www.cnbc.com/2017/01/24/canada-oil-pipeline-spills-200000-liters-on-aboriginal-land.html