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Will the pipeline be buried under the ground? How many compressor stations will be constructed? — Community leaders and guests at information sessions The pipeline will be buried at a depth of about a metre. The project will include the construction of some above-ground facilities. F
What are your plans for making jobs and contracting opportunities available to northern B.C. residents? — Community and First Nations Leaders The Coastal GasLink pipeline project will create jobs and contracting opportunities to benefit northern B.C., the province and the Canadian eco
How will you determine the final pipeline route? – Landowners, community and First Nations leaders When we apply for project approval from the regulatory authorities, the Project team will propose a detailed route based on a combination of factors, such as environmental and social sus
What safety precautions are taken where pipelines cross rivers? — Community and First Nations Leaders We recognize that waterways, such as rivers, are a particular concern to many communities. Rivers would be crossed using standard pipeline industry techniques that mitigate potential
How will you communicate the planning and construction of the Coastal GasLink Pipeline to the community ? — Community and First Nations Leaders We believe engagement is a two-way process. We encourage British Columbians to share their views and concerns with us through outlets such a
What are you doing to engage First Nations on your project? — Community and First Nations leaders and guests at information sessions. The Coastal GasLink project has a dedicated staff of Aboriginal Relations professionals that have commenced introductory discussions with First Nation
Coastal GasLink Pipeline Limited proposes to build an approximately 670-kilometre pipeline from the Dawson Creek area to the west coast of B.C. The pipeline will transport natural gas to the proposed LNG Canada facility near Kitimat.
The proposed Coastal GasLink route, as presented in our 2014 application to the BC Environmental Assessment Office, was determined by considering Aboriginal, landowner and stakeholder input, the environment, archaeological and cultural values, land use compatibility, safety, constructability and economics.