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B.C. company wants to ship Albertan oil to Alaska

The Northern Gateway pipeline project could be facing competition. G Seven Generations is a company that wants to bypass the need for building a pipeline in B.C. by instead loading crude oil onto electric train cars and shipping it up to Alaska. Matt Vickers is a director of G Seven Generations, and he joined Daybreak North host Robert Doane to explain his vision.

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You can learn more about G Seven Generations on their website.

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