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A source told the Globe and Mail that there’s no indication the idea is imminent.

“That’s not what they’re thinking about right now,” the source said. “They could revisit it in a few years.”

The province’s new Liberal government has been in charge since April.

The Liberal government’s energy plan from 2009 included the idea of ending the embargo, a plan the government has not revived since.

The government introduced a climate change plan this summer that would allow oil companies to start selling oil and gas at the Alberta-B.C. border by late 2016.

That move came despite Canada’s federal government wanting to keep the ban in place.


The National Energy Board, which regulates all companies’ oil and gas export pipelines in the country, has also banned tankers from exporting oil to B.C. until at least 2025.

The NEB is also planning on accepting oil and gas from companies with the most marginal projects before the end of the decade, sources told the Globe and Mail.

The NEB is also planning on accepting tankers filled with crude that has been diluted so they don’t produce too much carbon dioxide in the air, sources told the Globe and Mail.

Environment Minister Shannon Phillips said the NEB’s decisions “will have a significant impact on the pace of realignment of our crude oil system.”

The NEB says it is directed by the federal government, which wants more oil shipped to the world’s major economies, not the West Coast, the source said.

“The NEB has been active in oil sands industry since 1970, having laid the groundwork for the current production boom,” the NEB said in an email statement to Postmedia News. “The NEB actively researches and debates all regulatory and policy issues that may impact Alberta oil producers and brings forward the best available solutions to address their industry’s regulatory needs.”

With files from the Canadian Press

Karine Hadfield, The