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Demand Surpasses Capacity on the Trans Mountain Pipeline: System Oversubscribed by 44 per cent in April

Demand for the Trans Mountain pipeline continues to be strong and the current capacity is insufficient to meet the needs of shippers, according to the latest figures for the system.

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Celebrating 25 Years of the Canadian Energy Pipeline Association

CEPA has been a strong voice for the energy transmission pipeline industry and has been working tirelessly to improve safety and environmental protection, and increase accountability and transparency.

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Protecting our Pipeline at the North Saskatchewan River Crossing in Edmonton

This summer, we completed pipeline maintenance as part of our natural hazards program to install special protective covering over the pipeline at the North Saskatchewan River crossing in Edmonton.

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Recap: Sumas Terminal Fire Response Exercise

Kinder Morgan Canada Limited (KML) recently held an exercise to practice KML’s Fire Pre-Plan for Sumas Terminal and deploy the terminal’s fire response equipment.

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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.

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Event Recap: North Burnaby Community Fair

On July 22, we had the pleasure of once again participating in the North Burnaby Community Fair. Our booth provided a children’s activity and information about existing operations and the Expansion.

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Burnaby Terminal Relocation Activities

To accommodate relocation of existing infrastructure, the following steps will occur on our Burnaby Terminal property.

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Protecting the Pipeline as Wildfires Advance through BC’s Interior

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Emergency Response Exercise: Puget Sound

The exercise involved approximately 130 participants, including representatives from multiple agencies in Canada and the United States.

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Stranded Homeowner Gets a Lift: One-of-a-kind Commute Helps Keep an Important Medical Appointment

On a recent Sunday morning, Merritt resident Brent Crack was leaving for his mom’s place when he learned the road ...

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Westridge Fish Release

Kinder Morgan Canada (KMC) values its local relationships and strives to be a good neighbour and community partner. We recently ...

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Paul Huddleston: Safe Digging is a Priority

Safe digging is a priority for Kinder Morgan Canada. KMC’s Pipeline Protection department works to protect the integrity of the ...

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Using Technology to Enhance Integrity Digs

Maintaining the Trans Mountain Pipeline as a safe, secure and environmentally responsible operation is a full-time commitment. Kinder Morgan Canada’s ...

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Barry Whillans: Working with Landowners

Kinder Morgan Canada works hard to be a good neighbour along the right-of-way for the existing Trans Mountain Pipeline. In ...

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Prevention and Protection: Fire-Safe Operations at Burnaby Terminal

Safety is our top priority and the cornerstone to everything we do at Trans Mountain. In more than 60 years ...

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Dan Carter: Planning for Operations Expansion

Dan Carter, Kinder Morgan Canada’s Central Region Operations Director, is responsible for operations including the Edmonton Control Centre, the Leak ...

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Committed to Safety: Winter Emergency Exercise in Edson

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The Right Way to Share the Right-of-Way: Maintaining the Pipeline in Urban Areas

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Practicing Emergency Response - Fire Deployment Exercise Held in Kamloops

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Integrity Digs Part of a Robust Pipeline Safety Program

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