Canada has enough pipelines to circle the globe several times. Can they ever be incident-free?

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Energy companies should invest more of their profits in safety inspections and replacing aging infrastructure, says the former chair of the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board.

Jim Hall spoke to CBC after the Transportation Safety Board of Canada revealed that a pipeline explosion near Prince George, B.C., in 2018 was the result of undetected stress cracks on an aging section of pipeline owned by Enbridge.

The damage went undetected in part because the pipeline’s operator, a subsidiary of Enbridge, postponed an inspection for several months before the blast…Read More

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