Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Pipeline News

Input In Person

Trans Mountain expansion project open house set for March 27

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Residents study charts and graphs at the Trans Mountain open house in December 2012

 

s you may be aware, on December 16, 2013, Trans Mountain submitted its Facilities Application for the proposed Trans Mountain Expansion Project to our regulator, the National Energy Board.

 

The Application seeks approval to build and operate the Trans Mountain Expansion Project (TMEP). The TMEP proposes to twin the existing Trans Mountain Pipeline, increasing its capacity from 300,000 barrels per day to 890,000 barrels per day between Strathcona County, AB and Burnaby, BC. 

Since we filed our Application, we have continued our comprehensive ongoing engineering and environment studies, and engagement and communications with landowners, Aboriginal communities and stakeholders.
 
We value the feedback, questions, concerns and comments from communities through which our pipeline study corridor runs. It has, and will be, used in our planning as we continue to optimize our study corridor and then ultimately our pipeline route.
 
We invite you to join us to learn about and provide your input to the optimization of the proposed pipeline study corridor for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project in person or online:

 

 

Online
Go to www.talk.transmountain.com after the event to review material shared at the Open House and provide your feedback.
 
Should you have any questions please donít hesitate to contact us here or call 1 866 514 6700. More information about our proposed project is available at www.transmountain.com.

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Thank you for providing this vital feedback and making our project better!

 

 

Editor's Note: Read our coverage and interview with Greg Toth at the Trans Mountain open house in December 2012 here.

 

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