A major milestone was reached in January 2014, when Coastal GasLink submitted its application to the B.C. Environmental Assessment Office (EAO). The application comes after many months of speaking one-on-one with people in the community, plus thousands of hours of field work. Coastal
The Coastal GasLink pipeline project and Prince Rupert Gas Transmission and have each donated $5,000 to Hope Air, a Canadian charity that arranges free flights for those who need to travel for medical reasons, but who face financial and distance barriers to get the care they need.“Thi
As part of the preparation for our Application to the BC Environmental Assessment Office, Coastal GasLink developed draft Application Information Requirements (AIR). The purpose of the AIR document was to identify the information needed to complete an environmental assessment under th
The Coastal GasLink pipeline project’s first step in the environmental assessment process was the development of our Project Description. This was submitted to the British Columbia Environmental Assessment Office and the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency on October 30, 2012. It
TransCanada has 60 years experience (more than 50 years in B.C.) safely and reliably building and operating pipelines. Safety is integral to everything that we do, from design to construction and from operations to maintenance. The following video is an overview of how we build and op
The approximately 670-kilometre Coastal GasLink pipeline will extend from northeast B.C. to the proposed LNG Canada liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility on the coast of B.C. The following video is an introduction to the Coastal GasLink pipeline project.
TransCanada selected by Shell and partners to develop multi-billion dollar natural gas pipeline to Canada’s west coast Vancouver, British Columbia — June 5, 2012: TransCanada Corporation (TSX, NYSE: TRP) (TransCanada) is pleased to announce that it has been selected by Shell Ca
Coastal GasLink Pipeline Limited is building 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 approved LNG Canada facility near Kitimat. The approved Coastal GasLink route was determined by considering Indigenous, landowner and stakeholder input, the environment, archaeological and cultural values, land use compatibility, safety, constructability and economics.
Our fifth Indigenous Leaders Meeting took place yesterday in Vancouver. Learn more about our latest meeting:… https://t.co/lawnr4OrSo
Curious about what’s happening now along Coastal GasLink’s route? We’ve shared our latest construction updates. Lea… https://t.co/KI0Lho4EgY