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Drilling Down: Minimizing Impacts with Trenchless Construction

For the majority of the expanded Trans Mountain pipeline route, an open-cut construction method is being used, which involves the pipe being set down into a trench and buried. 

Press Release

KOTUG Canada Provides First State-of-the-Art Dual Fuel Methanol Escort Tugs for Trans Mountain's Expanded Operations on Canada's West Coast

KOTUG Canada shall provide the service using two revolutionary new build dual fuel escort tugs, designed by Robert Allan Ltd., a world-renowned naval architect firm based in Vancouver, BC.


Update: Marine Progress Report Spring 2023

Released on a semi-annual basis, our Marine Progress Report provides an update on marine activities and key Marine Commitments and Conditions as the Project approaches in-service.

Press Release

Trans Mountain Announces Community Benefit Agreement with the City of Edmonton

Trans Mountain and the City of Edmonton are pleased to announce a Community Benefit Agreement that will see a $250,000 investment towards a community amenity project in the Rosenthal neighborhood.


Thank you, Yellowhead Region

Two hundred and eighty-five kilometres of pipeline construction is now complete in Yellowhead County from Spruce Grove to Hinton.


Thank you, Clearwater region

Seventy-five km of pipeline construction is now complete through Vavenby to Darfield, including Clearwater. Teams will return throughout 2023 to finish right-of-way cleanup and reclamation.


Trans Mountain Expansion Project Nearing 80% Construction Completion

This milestone includes 787 kilometres of pipe in the ground, the completion of 12 pump stations, more than 40,000 welds and the completion of 50 major trenchless crossings.

Press Release

Trans Mountain Corporation Provides Update on the Expansion Project

Project to be completed this year, operational in early 2024.


Indigenous Opportunities Across the Trans Mountain Expansion Project

The Trans Mountain Expansion Project has proudly created significant economic and employment opportunities for Indigenous, local and regional workers across the pipeline corridor.


Protecting Watercourses and Fish Habitat

We know creeks and streams are an important part of our environment. That’s why we're committed to maintaining the highest standard of environmental protection for watercourses along the Project...

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