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With three proposed oil pipelines seemingly down for the count, Jeffrey Simpson made the case last week for the last one standing -- TransCanada's Energy East pipeline to New Brunswick. Its main benefit? It would replace imported oil with 1.1 million barrels from Alberta and Saskatchewan and keep $8 billion in Canada.
Or would it? Is a pipeline from distant Alberta needed to replace oil imports?