Take a 3D Fly-over along the entire Ontario length of the existing TransCanada pipeline slated for conversion to bitumen transport. Every stream, river and lake that the line bisects is identified and displayed. It certainly provides a birds-eye view of what could be lost should a leak occur. This will graphically explain why ORA has applied for Intervenor Status in the National Energy Board hearings.
This amazing piece of work was prepared by THeIA GeoAnalytics, out of North Bay. Check it out:
River Valley Power Corp. and Water Power Group are applying for FIT contracts to develop 4 new hydroelectric power generation stations at Camp Rapids on the Temagami River in River Valley at Blue Grass Park.
These two developers have applied for and received endorsement by the West Nipissing Municipal Council, which qualifies the proponent/s for Priority Points under the IESO FIT 4 Program. A decision by IESO will be forthcoming sometime in May of 2016 on whether they were successful. Continue reading →