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What would the net economic impact of the proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline be? « BACK TO FAQ The proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline would have a negative economic impact. In fact, the proposed pipeline is a net economic risk and cost to the Canadian economy, which would fall on the shoulders of the Canadian public (Allan, 2016, p. 4) The net economic impact of the proposed pipeline becomes negative when the economic opportunities that are crowded out by the construction of the pipeline are considered (Allan, 2016, p. 4) The proposed pipeline would be a net economic c...
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