Where oil meets water: The final stop for Energy East pipeline

Globe and Mail: On a point of land jutting into the open waters of the fabled Bay of Fundy, Canada’s long-sought ambition to become a global oil exporter is coming into focus. Here at Mispec Point, Irving Oil Ltd. and TransCanada Corp. plan to build a $300-million, deep-water marine terminal that would give Western Canadian crude producers their highly coveted direct access to world markets. Currently, the industrialized tip of the wooded point serves as a hub for Canada’s energy imports. It is home to......

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