July 2015, Vol. 242, No. 7

Projects

First Construction Permits Awarded for Prince Rupert Gas Transmission Project

TransCanada has received the first two permits from the British Columbia Oil & Gas Commission (OGC), approving construction for two sections of the 560-mile Prince Rupert Gas Transmission (PRGT) project in northern British Columbia. The approvals are for sections that extend from 12.4 miles NW of Hudson’s Hope to 30 miles north of Fort St. James and total about 155 miles. Construction work, which includes right-of-way clearing, will not begin on the two sections until conditions of the permits are met and a final investment decision has been made by Pacific NorthWest LNG. The permits include 70 conditions. In other news, the National Energy Board (NEB) has recommended the federa

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