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Marine Spill Response Enhancements Moving Forward

WCMRC is resuming implementation of an enhanced spill response program that will see $150 million invested in new equipment and new response bases in the Salish Sea.

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The New Canada Energy Regulator: What Does this Mean for Trans Mountain?

On August 28, the Canadian Energy Regulator Act came into force and replaced the National Energy Board with the Canada Energy Regulator.

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Update: September 2019 Capacity Announcement for the Trans Mountain Pipeline System

Demand for capacity on the Trans Mountain Pipeline System remains strong, total system nominations are apportioned by 29 per cent for September.

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Meet Cord: Engineering, Procurement and Construction Contractor for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project

Cord is the Engineering, Procurement and Construction Contractor for the Edmonton Terminal and 12 pump stations included in the Trans Mountain Expansion Project.

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Statement from Trans Mountain

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Event Recap: Edmonton Information Session

Trans Mountain hosted an information session for our neighbours in the Edmonton area on August 27, 2019, to discuss our construction plans for the region.

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Trans Mountain Corporation Releases Second Quarter 2019 Results

​First Half of the Year Delivers Favourable Operating Results and Important Steps Towards Re-Starting Construction on the Expansion Project​

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Construction by Spread: What’s Happening in Your Area

​A large pipeline project like the Trans Mountain Expansion Project is typically is broken into manageable lengths called “spreads.” Our Project is divided into nine spreads of pipeline construction.

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Meet Kiewit Ledcor Trans Mountain Partnership: Construction Contractor for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project

Extensive local construction experience and understanding of regional issues are strong assets for the contractor responsible for the Lower Mainland portion of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project.

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Ian Anderson: A New Chapter for Trans Mountain

After seven years of consultation, design, study and planning, we have re-started construction on our Expansion Project.

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Trans Mountain Restarts Construction on Expansion Project

​Trans Mountain has issued ‘Notice to Proceed’ directives to some of its prime construction contractors triggering mobilization of the initial workforce necessary to build the Expansion Project.

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Important Steps Take Place Before “Boots-on-the-Ground” Construction Begins

Trans Mountain will be prepared to re-start construction on the Expansion Project once the necessary approvals and requirements are in place.

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Focus on Conditions: Pre-Construction Conditions

Before the construction phase of the Project can begin 98 pre-construction conditions need to be satisfied.

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Regular Pipeline Shutdowns a Key Component of Safe and Reliable Operations

A total of 16 projects including two significant infrastructure upgrades were carried out along the Trans Mountain Pipeline during a planned 48-hour shutdown.

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811 Day: Talking Safe Digging in Washington State with Todd Pleadwell and Dave Honrud

811 Day is recognized annually in the United States on August 11 to promote safe digging.

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Kamloops a Multi-purpose Hub Community for Trans Mountain

Brian Jahnke, District Supervisor, Kamloops Operations, explains the unique role his district plays in pipeline operations.

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Building Fair and Equitable Relationships with Landowners

Over the past seven years, our land teams have worked directly with all landowners who may be affected by the expansion to identify and address their concerns and questions about the Project.

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Update: August 2019 Capacity Announcement for the Trans Mountain Pipeline System

Demand for capacity on the Trans Mountain Pipeline System remains strong, total system nominations are apportioned by 34 per cent for August.

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Practicing Emergency Response Plans on the Fraser River

The drill included both land and water-based training, including the deployment of spill response resources on the Fraser River.

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Hope Sanderson: Expansion Project can be a ‘Game-Changer’ for Indigenous Communities

Indigenous Affairs Director Hope Sanderson sees opportunities for training and employment, business development and economic benefits with Trans Mountain Expansion Project.

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