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This letter to the editor in The Langley Times highlights some of the opportunities that the Trans Mountain Expansion Project will bring to local communities and the people who live in them.Read article
A new Canadian Senate report entitled Moving Energy Safely: A Study of the Safe Transport of Hydrocarbons by Pipelines, Tankers and Railcars in Canada provides 13 recommendations related to energy transport by transmission pipelines, tankers and railcars.
Read more about the report here.
Through November 2013, the Trans Mountain Expansion Project team visited Boards of Trade and Chambers of Commerce in communities along the proposed pipeline …Learn more
Trans Mountain has a comprehensive and robust pipeline integrity management program that encompasses a broad spectrum of preventive measures to ensure …Learn more
The proposed Trans Mountain Expansion Project is committed to providing pipeline and facilities construction employment opportunities for Aboriginal and local community members.Learn more
Tankers are one of the most scrutinized vessels on the oceans today. Transport Canada inspects every tanker on its first arrival at a Canadian port and then once per year as part of its Port State Control program. Learn moreSee All
The proposed expansion, if approved, would create a twinned pipeline that would increase the nominal capacity of the system from 300,000 barrels per day, to 890,000 barrels per day.Learn more
Explore Trans Mountain's rigorous safety and spill prevention practices for land and water.Learn more