May 2014, Vol. 241, No. 5


Environmental Review Underway For Gas Pipeline To Kitimat, BC

Coastal GasLink filed an environmental assessment application that is now in a 180-day public review period for the proposed 400-mile Coastal GasLink project. The line would feed an LNG plant proposed by a joint-venture company led by Shell, along with Korea Gas, Mitsubishi and PetroChina. The LNG plant and export terminal is undergoing its own environmental assessment. The estimated $4 billion pipeline would begin in the town of Groundbirch, between Dawson Creek and Chetwynd. It would go south and west in a relatively direct line, crossing Highway 97 just north of McLeod Lake, then angle north of Eskers Park. From there it would veer almost directly west going north of Vanderh

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