January 2015, Vol. 242, No. 1

Features

Challenges Facing Large-Diameter Pipelines Crossing Mountains

Canadian hydrocarbon production is growing and the nation is looking to pursue offshore markets as an important element of a strategy for expanded oil and natural gas sales. Numerous tidewater locations for hydrocarbon export facilities are to be found on Canada’s West Coast, however, transmission pipeline infrastructure from principal producing areas in Alberta and northeastern British Columbia is limited, hampering transportation of large volumes of oil and natural gas to possible port locations. Although technical and commercial risks associated with any major pipeline project are significant, recent technological advances in techniques are creating greater economic in

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