2012 – Launched project and began engagement with Aboriginal communities, local governments, landowners and other stakeholders. Our engagement program will continue throughout the life cycle of the project.
2013 – Undertook environmental and engineering studies along the pipeline study corridor. Additional studies continued along the proposed route in 2014.
2014 – We filed an Environmental Assessment Application with the BC Environmental Assessment Office, and a detailed project design application to the BC Oil and Gas Commission.
2016 – Pending regulatory approval and a positive investment decision by our partners, start of construction is anticipated in 2016.
End of Decade – The proposed pipeline will be in operation in time to supply natural gas to the proposed LNG Canada facility in Kitimat.