Muskrat Falls project a risky deal that would bind future generations: critics
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - Critics of a proposed $6.2-billion hydro plant in Labrador say the battle over natural gas pipeline tolls in Canada shows how inflexible megaprojects can hamstring consumers as technology evolves.
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#1 Apr 21, 2012
This may not be the case in
http://www.umsgroupcm.com Cameroon Oil and Gas industry which has shown a steady fall in output and a great reduction in the number of expected projects.
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