Potentially explosive fertilizer mystery remains unsolved
The energy giant at the centre of an RCMP investigation to determine whether two tonnes of a potentially explosive chemical fertilizer went missing says it’s co operating fully with investigators.
Kinder Morgan officials also point out they’re mer michael kors ely one link in the chain of firms involved in the chemical’s transportation and storage.
“There were many other links in this chain, including the point of origin, the customer and the receiving terminal.
“While the product was being stored at Vancouver Wharves, it was being stored in a secure facility that meets Transport Canada’s strict security guidelines.”
Kinder Morgan called the Mounties on Dec. 31 to say 2,000 bags of ammonium nitrate went missing last fall after being shipped from Alberta, RCMP Cpl. Annie Linteau said earlier this month.
RCMP, along with Natural Resources Canada investigators, have since been conducting a detailed review.
Mounties have yet to c michael kors onfirm what happened.
The fertilizer was manufactured by Cal michael kors gary based Agrium, then shipped to a bagging facility owned by Calgary based Dyno Nobel, which serves the mining industry.