PROJECT UPDATE April 18, 2019 Building a pipeline safely takes a lot of time, effort and preparation. It starts with undertaking a full environmental assessment of the project, and by considering all the important values British Columbians want to protect from important cultural
PROJECT UPDATE March 8, 2019 On March 8, 2019 the Oil and Gas Commission (OGC) informed Coastal GasLink that both the OGC and the provincial archaeological branch of the Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resources and Rural Development (FLNRORD) have accepted the mitigation plan for
COMMENT February 27, 2019 On February 27, 2019, the BC Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) notified Coastal GasLink of its site inspection findings from January 29, 2019 with respect to work undertaken in the Morice River area. Coastal GasLink acknowledges the findings of non-
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 stud
At the onset of the Coastal GasLink pipeline project, we established a “conceptual corridor” based on aerial inspection, mapping and online information sources. Starting in mid-2012, Coastal GasLink held numerous meetings with First Nations, local governments, landowners, other land u
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.