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Catch-up on all things Coastal GasLink! Learn what’s new from the project and on the website including new videos, announcements and opportunities.

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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.

Aug 5 2020

Lakes District Secondary School metal shop students create custom mounts for Coastal GasLink prime contractor

A group of Burns Lake high school students got some hands-on work experience fabricating custom fasteners for Pacific Atlantic Pipeline Construction (PAPC), prime contractor for Sections 6 & 7 of Coastal GasLink. The classroom connection happened thanks to a local supplier, DTU Industrial Wholesale, who saw a perfect skills training and education opportunity for the metal shop class at Lakes District Secondary School in Burns Lake.

Jul 28 2020

Coastal GasLink supports Spruce City Wildlife Association salmon fry release

Thousands of tiny salmon fry are currently making a 1,200-kilometre journey to the ocean with the aim of an eventual return to the Endako River to spawn future generations of Endako chinook salmon. Coastal GasLink supported Spruce City Wildlife Association, a conservation organization in Prince George, in its important effort in mid-June by donating helicopter time to safely transport the precious cargo to their destination.