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Expansion Will Lead to $150 Million Investment in New Spill Response Bases and Equipment

​British Columbia’s largest-ever expansion of spill response personnel and equipment will be completed on the South Coast as part of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project.

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Trans Mountain Files Reply Evidence for National Energy Board Reconsideration Hearing

​On December 11, 2018, Trans Mountain filed reply evidence with the NEB in response to certain evidence filed by intervenors as part of the Reconsideration hearing for the Expansion Project.

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Western Canada Marine Response Corporation Files Evidence for NEB Reconsideration Hearing

The submission is part of the Reconsideration Hearing for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project in relation to Project-relate marine shipping.

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Intervenors File Direct Evidence for NEB Reconsideration Hearing

On December 5, 2018, Intervenors filed direct evidence in relation to Project-relate marine shipping, including mitigation measures, alternative means and requirements of any follow-up program.

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Update: December 2018 Capacity Announcement for the Trans Mountain Pipeline System

Demand for capacity on the pipeline system remains strong, total system nominations are apportioned by 41 per cent for December.

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Voluntary Commercial Vessel Slowdowns Effective at Reducing Shipping-Related Underwater Noise

Reduced underwater noise resulting from slowdown of vessel speeds may benefit the behaviour and foraging success of southern resident killer whales, ECHO program report suggests.

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Trans Mountain and Kamloops Fire Rescue Practice Under Mutual Aid Agreement

​Trans Mountain and Kamloops Fire Rescue demonstrated an integrated fire response during an emergency exercise in late October at the Kamloops Terminal.

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Practicing Emergency Response on the Puget Sound System

Responders recently deployed equipment on the Nooksack River to practice boom and towing skills and containment and recovery techniques, as well as to confirm control points along the waterway.

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Have Your Say on Project-Related Marine Shipping

Find out how you can participate in the NEB's Reconsideration Hearing by submitting a Letter of Comment.

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Federal Authorities File Direct Evidence for NEB Reconsideration Hearing

On October 31, Federal Authorities filed direct evidence with the National Energy Board (NEB) in relation to Project-relate marine shipping.

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Strong Safety Culture a Key to Trans Mountain’s Success

Trans Mountain places value on involving Indigenous and other communities in safety programs.

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Update: November 2018 Capacity Announcement for the Trans Mountain Pipeline System

Demand for capacity on the pipeline system remains strong, total system nominations are apportioned by 45 per cent for November.

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Practicing On-Water Emergency Response

This fall, Trans Mountain conducted a variety of on-water emergency response exercises including exercises on Chip Lake near Wildwood, AB and on the North Thompson River near Kamloops, BC.

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Marine Shipping: What's on the Record

As evidence already on the record won’t be re-filed and re-tested as part of the National Energy Board's Reconsideration Hearing, we've highlighted some of what has already been presented to the NEB.

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Growing with Canada: 65 Years and Counting

For more than six decades Trans Mountain has been responsibly transporting oil products from Strathcona County, AB to Burnaby, BC.

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National Energy Board Releases Hearing Order for Reconsideration

They will use various ways to gather and test evidence and will review and consider all of the evidence on the record in completing its Reconsideration Report.

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Industry Says a Lack of Pipeline Capacity Increasingly Costly for Canadians

Production now exceeds Canadian pipeline capacity and cannot be alleviated without more pipelines or increased reliance on oil-by-rail transport.

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Talking Trees: Working with the Community to Maintain the Right-of-Way

Where the Trans Mountain pipeline runs through residential neighbourhoods, it is important we work with the community when maintenance is required along the right-of-way.

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Marine Issues Key to NEB Reconsideration of Trans Mountain Expansion Project

The list of issues for the National Energy Board’s reconsideration of the Expansion Project encompasses several, but not all, of the Board’s original terms and conditions for the Project.

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Video: Emergency Response Exercise at Westridge Marine Terminal

On September 19, 2018, Trans Mountain held a full-scale exercise to practice spill response in Burrard Inlet with more than 300 participants/observers and 20 response agencies.

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