Read the Kinder Morgan Assessment Report

The proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker project lies within the Consultation Area of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation. Therefore, it was necessary that we carried out our own assessment of the proposed project under our Stewardship Policy. The Kinder Morgan assessment report provides a summary of our appraisal of the components of the proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker project. It describes the seriousness of the potential effects of the proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker project on Tsleil-Waututh title, rights, and interests.
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Read the letter sent from Chief Maureen Thomas to the Federal Cabinet on November 25th, 2016

 

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Is there a market for the proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline’s products? There is no market for the products proposed to be shipped on it. We do not need to expand current pipeline infrastructure to meet the demand for Canadian diluted bitumen (dilbit). Neither the NEB nor Kinder Morgan tested market facts to determine whether markets exist, or whether there is potential to develop them.
Would tanker traffic increase if the proposed pipeline was built? Acoustic disturbance: Increased tanker traffic will cause acoustic disruption underwater, and cause marine animals to change their behaviour -- especially culturally important species such as whales and blackfish. For more information, see our page on the pipeline's impacts on whales.

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