Read the latest issue of our Project Update newsletter where Ian Anderson provides his thoughts on the Project’s “best-in-class” approach to safety and learn more about the Conference Board of Canada report on the economic benefits Trans Mountain’s expansion could bring to Canada and local communities. Other stories include our plans to maximize local, regional and Aboriginal employment opportunities as well as our commitment to keeping our communities safe.
Read up on what Trans Mountain has been working on. This project update includes an overview of the Facilities Application filed with the National Energy Board in December 2013. Other stories include an explanation of the routing process, a snapshot of the National Energy Board review process and highlights of our economic benefits for local communities.
Read the latest Trans Mountain Expansion Project update newsletter for an overview of recent project activities from Kinder Morgan Canada President Ian Anderson. Other stories include a snapshot of the Project Description and how studies and community discussions are helping to determine the proposed new pipeline route.
Read about what we heard during our recent round of public information sessions, what our field crews are working on, details of the scope changes for the project announced in January, and a step back in time to the day in 1953 when oil first flowed through the Trans Mountain Pipeline.
Find out more about what we’ve been hearing from communities along the pipeline route. The Project Update also outlines how studies, community discussions and practical solutions will help determine the route for the proposed expanded pipeline.