What is Canada’s Role in Pipeline Project?

A large portion of the Alaska Natural Gas Pipeline will pass through Canada, from the Alaska border to Alberta, then on toward the lower 48 to reach the Midwest markets. Alaska and Canada have long-standing trade relationships and the US and Canada have similar regulatory and environmental permitting systems. Some Alaskans have expressed concern about losing jobs to Canada, but because of a shortage of workers in Canada (according to sources), Alaskans will be needed to work on the Canada portion of the pipeline too.

A pipeline through Canada is a good option because Canada is already the single biggest exporter of gas to the US, about 78% of U.S. gas imports come from Canada, and they are dependent on U.S. markets.

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