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It’s Lexa Hobenshield’s job to make sure the people who live and work in communities along the proposed Trans Mountain Expansion Project route are informed about the proposed Project and have a chance to ask questions and provide input. We asked Lexa to tell us more about her role and why it’s so important to engage with stakeholders along the proposed expansion route.Learn More
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I am in favor of the transmountain expansion however in order to counter friends who are opposed plesa give me the facts What products are now transported and where do they go? What will be the mix after expansion How many tankers now transport crude through vancouver harbour. How many after expansion. If you want support we need to know facts not generalizations Thank you
In the spirit of transparency and accountability, Trans Mountain is committed to open, extensive and thorough public engagement across the pipeline and marine corridor.Learn More
when and where has dilbit spilled in norh america, and what have we taken from those spill to move forward in spill response?
At Trans Mountain, we consider ourselves neighbours of the Aboriginal communities the pipeline crosses. Trans Mountain works with numerous Aboriginal communities in a spirit of collaboration and mutual responsibility.Read More
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Since 2012, Trans Mountain has been engaging with stakeholders, landowners, Aboriginal communities and the public to hear questions, concerns and feedback about the Project plans. All feedback provided has been addressed or incorporated into Project planning and submitted to the National Energy Board.Find out More
Can you not build a pipeline through Burnaby Mountain?
Who is responsible and liable if the pipeline was to leak ( Heaven Forbid!)into the m the Fraser river near the mouth and the diluted bitumen floats at first into the coastal salt waters. And then , having lost it's condensate fraction and having collected solids from the silty water it Sinks into the harbour waters?Is Enbridge responsible to dredge the tar balls from the sea bed? Or are we, the taxpayers, responsible to pay for the clean up. I note that the kalamazoo leak cost $1 BILLION ! Why so much?
Hello I was curious as to what types of pumps and drivers that Kinder Morgan uses on transporting the bitumen from Edmonton to Burnaby? Also does Kinder Morgan refine the bitumen more once it's received at the Burnaby location? Thanks in advance
All along the pipeline, Trans Mountain works with landowners to reach fair and equitable agreements. Trans Mountain continues to address any questions and concerns from landowners.Read More