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What You Need to Know in the Event of a Pipeline Emergency

Trans Mountain is prepared to respond immediately with detailed response procedures, specialized equipment, and trained personnel in the unlikely event of an emergency.


Update: May 2021 Capacity Announcement for the Trans Mountain Pipeline System

Total system nominations for the Trans Mountain Pipeline system are apportioned by 18 per cent for May 2021. The pipeline will be running full at its maximum capacity.

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Trans Mountain Corporation Releases 2020 Results

In a year marked by the global pandemic, the Trans Mountain Pipeline operated at full capacity and the Expansion Project progressed to 22% construction completed.


That’s a Wrap! Safe Digging Month 2021

It’s the final week of April, which means Safe Digging Month is coming to a close. To wrap up this year’s campaign, we spoke with Natalie Loban, Trans Mountain’s Public Awareness Advisor, to learn...


Trans Mountain Continues Construction on Expansion Project

Claims made through the media with regards to a “four-month stop work order on pipeline construction” are false.


Burnaby Mountain Tunnel by the Numbers

We're quickly approaching a significant Expansion Project milestone – the start of tunnel boring for the Burnaby Mountain Tunnel. Let's explore this exciting component of the Expansion Project...


Project Update: Construction in Kamloops

Recently, construction of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project has been very active in the BC Interior.


Meet Our Westridge Operator Technicians

Get to know a few of the people who keep Trans Mountain’s Westridge Marine Terminal operating safely on the Burrard Inlet in Burnaby, BC.


High Stakes: Safe Digging While Building a Fence

Fence installation and replacement are two of the most frequent ground disturbance activities that cause risks to underground utilities.

Press Release

Trans Mountain Conducts Full-Scale Emergency Exercise at Westridge Marine Terminal with a Hybrid Incident Command Post

Today, Trans Mountain conducted a full-scale emergency response exercise to demonstrate Trans Mountain’s ability to effectively manage a spill response event should one occur in Burrard Inlet at...

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