Tag Archives: projects: midstream


June 2016, Vol. 243, No. 6

TransCanada Gets Final Permits for BC GasLink Pipeline TransCanada Corp. reported May 5 that it has secured the final permits needed to start construction and operation of its proposed Coastal GasLink pipeline. The company said the B.C. Oil and Gas Commission issued the last two of 10 permits needed and it now is awaiting a final investment decision from LNG Canada before starting construction. The 650-km pipeline would link natural gas fields in northeastern British Columbia to LNG Canada’s proposed export project in Kitimat, B.C. The Shell-led LNG Canada consortium is expected to make a...

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Pembina Pipeline Gains Regulatory OK for Phase III Expansion

April 2016, Vol. 243, No. 4

Calgary-based Pembina Pipeline received approval from the Alberta Energy Regulator for the construction of two 270-km, 24- and 16-inch pipelines between Fox Creek and Namao. The project is part of the company’s Phase 3 Expansions. Once complete, Pembina will have four pipelines in the Fox Creek-to-Namao corridor, with an initial total design capacity across the company’s Peace and Northern systems of about 900,000 bpd. Through the addition of pump stations capacity could reach about 1.2 MMbpd, the company said. Each of the four pipelines will transport different products – crude oil, condensate, propane-plus and ethane-plus. […]