Marine oil terminal in Saint-Lawrence River will meet opposition from anti-Rabaska groups
Environmental groups remain cautious over TransCanada's announced Energy East pipeline project, and point out that the company will have to push through many boundaries before crude oil extracted from Albertan tar sands reaches the Saint-John terminal in New Brunswick.
The project proposal includes the construction of marine terminals that would enable access to other markets by ship, one of which would be in the Quebec City area, where the controversial Rabaska natural liquid gas terminal met fierce oppposition from environmental groups.
One of those groups is APPEL, "Association pour la Protection de l'Environnement de Lévis". President Jacques LeVasseur spoke with us this morning.