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Samer Salameh, chairman of Pacific Future Energy, wants to build the $10-billion, 200,000-barrels-a-day first phase of its refinery even if no pipelines to the West Coast move ahead.
The last time Canada’s oil industry was pitched a bold plan to build a large heavy oil refinery on the West Coast, eyes were rolled. The proponent was Victoria-based newspaper publisher David Black, and two years later, his $32-billion, Kitimat Clean Ltd. project has yet to make credible progress.
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