A thick, glossy report has been issued by Canada’s National Energy Board examining the environmental impact of the KXL alternative pipeline through British Columbia. Among its many reassuring conclusions, Chris Turner reports, is that the pipeline’s operation will be responsible for zero greenhouse gas emissions.
This is because any combustion processes happen either before the oil gets into the pipe or after it comes out the other end. Problem solved.
Give them credit for chutzpah, at least.
This isn’t the Canada I grew up in.
(h/t Stephen Leahy.)