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Video: The Puget Sound District: An Important Segment of the Trans Mountain Pipeline System

Patrick Davis, Supervisor of the Puget Sound District, explains a bit more about the system and its day-to-day operations.

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Landowner Update: Respectful Relationships Are a Priority

Bob Love, manager, land and right-of-way, discusses our continued commitment to keeping landowners and occupants connected and informed.

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

Demand for capacity on the pipeline system remains strong, total system nominations are apportioned by 28 per cent for May.

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Where Does the Product Go?

Two of the most common questions we get asked at Trans Mountain are: what types of oil do you transport and where are the products shipped to?

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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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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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The Leduc Oil Discovery in 1947 Led Directly to Construction of the Original Trans Mountain Pipeline

The story of the Trans Mountain Pipeline begins with a discovery near Leduc, Alberta that irrevocably changed the course of Canada’s economy.

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Enoch Cree Welcomes Trans Mountain, Government of Alberta and Government of Canada to Blessing and Groundbreaking Ceremony

Officials helped celebrate the construction required for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project today with a special Enoch Cree blessing ceremony.

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Trans Mountain Launches New Emergency Management Tool

Trans Mountain has launched a new website featuring its Geographic Response Plans to help guide and direct emergency response actions in the critical first 48 hours following an incident.

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Prime Minster Trudeau Visits Edmonton Terminal

On June 5, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited our Edmonton Terminal to tour the facility, meet with media and host a coffee chat with employees and contractors of the terminal.

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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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Meet SA Energy Group: Construction Contractor for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project

SA Energy Group is the general contractor for portions of pipeline construction in Greater Edmonton, a portion of the North Thompson region and the Fraser Valley.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Chilliwack Routing

We answer a few of the most frequently asked questions related to routing options, the Sardis-Vedder aquifer and construction impacts.

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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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Talent and Dedication Necessary for a Career in Pipeline Welding

Pipeline welders are the core of the ‘pipe gang’ that is responsible for one of many stages of work involved in construction of oil pipelines.

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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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Getting Ready for Construction: Right-of-Way Preparation

One of the first activities in preparation for construction work is removal of trees and vegetation in areas along the pipeline, at temporary worksites and at facilities.

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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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Pipeline Going Underground: Trenchless Crossings Reduce Impact

Trenchless methods allow for underground crossings that minimize disturbance to highways, railways, major rivers and other watercourses, sensitive environmental areas and urban areas.

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EVRAZ: A World Leader in Pipe Manufacturing

At least 75% of the pipe needed for the Expansion Project is coming from a manufacturing facility in Regina. That supports hundreds of well-paying jobs for Canadians.

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