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Together, we’re safely building a healthy economic future.

Economic recovery starts here.

Coastal GasLink's approved route prioritizes the best option for the environment and surrounding communities, as well as the safe delivery of natural gas from northeastern B.C. to the LNG Canada facility in Kitimat, B.C.

Learn more about Coastal GasLink.

Coastal GasLink has signed agreements with all 20 of the First Nations along the approved route – and their elected councils – and we are committed to a collaborative approach to working with them.

Read about how we’re engaging with Indigenous communities.

Coastal GasLink is under construction today and is delivering significant benefits to communities across the province.

Take a look at our construction timeline and activities.


What's new

Aug 11 2020

Collaboration protects the environment and delivers benefits to Nak’azdli Whut’en

Coastal GasLink, in partnership with Nak'azdli Whut'en, recently opened the largest free-span temporary bridge in the world across the Stuart River in northeast B.C. The temporary bridge will help provide Coastal GasLink workers access to remote sections of the project’s 670-kilometre right-of-way.

Aug 7 2020

Coastal GasLink breaks ground at Kitimat meter station

District of Kitimat Mayor Phil Germuth and Coastal GasLink President, David Pfeiffer broke ground at the project’s Kitimat Meter Station yesterday. The station is one of two compressor and metering stations that will become the anchor points of the natural gas pipeline.

Aug 6 2020

Coastal GasLink mainline pipe installation begins this month

The most important image for any pipeline project is pipe in the ground. Thanks to recent pipeline crossings at Kitimat and Groundbirch – the two locations that bookend the 670 km Coastal GasLink route – the natural gas pipeline project now has images of its own. August will see the beginning of mainline pipeline construction that’s expected to continue through 2021.


Injunction order

Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2020: The Supreme Court of British Columbia interlocutory injunction to move forward with our authorized activities.

Download the Injunction Order (Jan. 7, 2020)

Download the Revised Injunction Order (dated Jan. 4, 2019)

Download the original interim Injunction (dated December 17, 2018)

Creating an

Extraordinary Legacy

Coastal GasLink is committed to creating an extraordinary legacy of safety and respect for communities and the environment.



We're working closely with Indigenous community members as part of the Construction Monitoring and Community Liaison Program.