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The multibillion dollar Northern Gateway project is an opportunity to generate massive revenues, develop innovative technologies, create jobs, and forge economic
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"They are growing exponentially in Asia and South Asia. We’ve got the ability to apply Canadian innovation and sustainability practices and export those around the world in a way that really makes a difference."

Russia recently concluded a long term agreement to bring natural gas to China, now seeking more energy sources, D’Avignon said.

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Northern Gateway is a "unique opportunity to reconcile with First Nations and truly have them as partners in the Canadian economy going forward, both economically but also in terms of sustainability on the land base," D’Avignon said.

The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers called the federal decision positive.
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Technologies are emerging daily in areas such as risk mitigation and spill clean up, he said.

Fraser Ramsay, vice president of Sidney’s Ramsay Group, a metal fabricator, said it could bid on marine steel construction related to the project. The family business has 50 employees and additional work could help keep tradespeople in the region, he said.Articles Connexes:

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