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What's new

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

Did you know?  You can view construction updates and notifications on the Construction page.

 

Here’s what’s

happening:

Sep 22 2021

September construction update

Our 670 km pipeline project sees many different types of terrain as it travels from Groundbirch, BC to the LNG Canada facility in Kitimat. From grassy green fields and flowing rivers to granite hills and snow-covered mountains, our team of experts safely manages construction along every inch of the construction route.

Aug 20 2021

August construction update

The Coastal GasLink project continues to see our workforce grow with 4,507 workers along the project route. This number surpasses our previous highest workforce number — 4,016 workers in the field in October 2020 — and is expected to grow into the fall.

Aug 13 2021

Coastal GasLink achieves major milestone in Kitimat, advancing towards completion

Just over a year after construction began on the Kitimat Meter Station, Coastal GasLink is celebrating the completion of the station. The facility marks the end of the Coastal GasLink pipeline, where natural gas will be measured, inspected for quality, and delivered to the LNG Canada plant.

Aug 9 2021

Crossing waterways without a trace

Last month, Coastal GasLink completed the largest trenchless water crossing of the project with zero safety incidents. The Murray River crossing marks the fourth successful trenchless water crossing for the project, with several more underway this year.

Aug 4 2021

Collaborating with regulators to build an extraordinary legacy for B.C.

There are few other projects in Canada that can compare to the scale and complexity of the Coastal GasLink Project. It spans 670 kilometres across most of northern B.C., through unceded Indigenous territory, dozens of local communities, and traversing some of the province’s most stunning and challenging terrain. Building such a project requires strong collaboration between the Project, its Indigenous and local partners, and the regulators that ensure it’s built to the world-class standards British Columbians expect.