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Feature interview with David Black on his plans to build an oil refinery in Kitimat

Douglas Channel, the proposed termination point for an oil pipeline in the Enbridge Northern Gateway project, is pictured in an aerial view in Kitimat, B.C., on Jan. 10, 2012. (Darryl Dyck/Canadian Press)

David Black is best known as the media mogul behind Black Press, a chain of newspapers covering British Columbia and beyond. But now he's entering the energy game with plans to build an oil refinery in Kitimat that would refine all the Albertan crude oil the Northern Gateway pipeline could ship. He's in Prince Rupert to pitch the idea, and he joined Leisha Grebinski for a feature interview.

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