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Reactivation Activities Underway: Prepping for In-Line Inspections

The data collected from the internal inspections will determine the type of work required to ensure these sections of pipeline are safe and ready to be part of the active system again.

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Business Readiness Workshop in Burnaby

The interactive workshop, hosted by the Burnaby Board of Trade, helped local businesses prepare for economic opportunities associated with the Project.

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Moving Towards Construction: Westridge Marine Terminal

As we get closer to construction of the Expansion Project, various teams are working hard behind the scenes as we move through permitting processes and ensure we meet NEB conditions.

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Aboriginal Monitor Training Program Provides Opportunity to Recent Graduates

Recent graduates share their experience in an Aboriginal Monitor Training Program sponsored by Trans Mountain.

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Innovative use of snow fencing protecting spawning salmon and trout

Innovative use of a well-known landscaping product is helping spawning fish avoid construction areas for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project.

Press Release

Trans Mountain Announces Contractors For Expansion Project

Kinder Morgan Canada Limited has selected or signed MOUs with six contractors with experience delivering pipeline and major infrastructure projects in BC and Alberta.

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Paying Homage to the Spirit of the Land with the Foothills Ojibway First Nation

KMC President Ian Anderson and others from the company participated in a traditional Sweat and Pipe Ceremony led by Elder and Hereditary Chief Jimmy O’Chiese of the Foothills Ojibway First Nation.

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Video: How Internal Inspections Maximize Pipeline Safety

We spoke to our team at a recent internal inspection to find out how data gathered by the tool informs us of any defects in pipeline condition that may indicate an issue.

In the News

Detailed route hearings move Trans Mountain expansion closer to construction

The National Energy Board said Thursday it would start hearings in Alberta in November to finalize the detailed route of the pipeline expansion while hearings in BC will begin in 2018.

In the News

National Energy Board says Trans Mountain meets conditions for BC terminal

Trans Mountain has plans to expand the terminal's dock to load three tankers, up from one, and increase the number of delivery lines connected to its other Burnaby terminal.

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