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Backgrounder: Trans Mountain Files Six Month Summary Construction Schedule

Work Will Continue in the Lower Mainland and Begin in Central Alberta and the North Thompson of BC

Blog

Trans Mountain June 12, 2018 Letter to DFO

View a copy of our letter to DFO and IAMC in response to June 6, 2018 correspondence from DFO.

Blog

June 2018 Capacity Announcement for the Trans Mountain Pipeline System

Total system nominations for the Trans Mountain Pipeline system are apportioned by 43 per cent for June 2018.

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Canadian Spill Liability and Compensation Regimes Protect Taxpayers, Transport Canada Tells BC

“Unlimited” compensation for marine spills pending with Oceans Protection Act, Transport Canada says in response to BC government policy plan.

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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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Detailed Route Hearings Set to Begin in Alberta

These hearings will provide an opportunity for landowners and those potentially affected by the Project, granted a route hearing by the NEB, to share their concerns about the proposed detailed route.

Press Release

Trans Mountain Seeks Determination from National Energy Board

Blog

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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Statement from Trans Mountain

“We are committed to working with the Province and permitting authorities in our ongoing process of seeking and obtaining necessary permits and permissions,” said Ian Anderson,.

Blog

Project Rundown: 2012 to Today

​The Expansion Project came about in response to requests from oil shippers to help them reach new markets by expanding the capacity of North America’s only pipeline with access to the West Coast.

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Mitigating Risk: Changes to Burnaby Terminal Design

There is nothing more important than the safety of our neighbours, the community and our employees. The Burnaby Terminal has ...

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Trans Mountain Working Hard to Fulfill NEB Conditions with more than 85 filings to date

As construction planning for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project continues, various teams are working hard behind the scenes to ensure ...

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Five Truths about the Trans Mountain Pipeline

This letter from Kinder Morgan Canada Vice President of regulatory and Finance, Scott Stoness, was originally published as an op-ed in ...

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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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Conditions Update: Conditions 6, 12a, 13, 14, 15 and 26

As construction planning for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project continues, various teams are working hard behind the scenes to ensure ...

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SEEMP: How Trans Mountain will Monitor Worker Income and Activity, Traffic and Community Feedback

Press Release

Trans Mountain Pleased to Receive B.C.'s Support and Approval for Expansion

Press Release

Trans Mountain Receives Final Federal Approval of Expansion: Company Advancing Project for the Benefit of Canadians

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Regulatory Updates: Routing Refinement Continues

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Focus on Conditions: People, Communities and Lands

On November 29, 2016, the Government of Canada granted approval for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project, subject to 157 conditions from the ...

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