The North American energy sector is nearing a tipping point that will soon decide whether to build a series of oft-delayed and heatedly debated pipelines designed to move more Canadian crudel to the US Gulf Coast or Canadian port hubs.  Multibillion-dollar projects including TC Energy’s infamous Keystone XL pipeline, Enbridge’s Line 3 replacement project and the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion to the Vancouver area have been in the works for years, and 2020 could finally determine their fates if the remaining regulatory and legal hurdles are resolved. If not, some may slowly die on the vine now that pipeline projects have become the epicenter of the anti-fossil fuel movement that’s merged the efforts of environmentalists and […]