Coastal GasLink Pipeline Project
The proposed pipeline would run 650 kilometers from northeastern BC and deliver gas to Shell's LNG Canada Gas facility near Kitimat, and possibly to the Cedar LNG Export proposal. The pipeline proposes to transport between 1.7-3.2 billion cubic feet per day. Residents have raised concerns about compressor stations that would be installed along the route, sometimes only 25 kilometers from their communities or properties. Compressor stations are a concern to nearby residents due to the potential for air and noise pollution.
Dawson Creek region to Kitimat
Coastal Gaslink received Environmental Assessment approval in October, 2014.
Connect to the Coastal GasLink Pipeline Ltd. website.
Find out more about the environmental assessment for the Coastal GasLink Pipeline Ltd.
Download the Coastal GasLink Pipeline Ltd. project description (10.1 MB).
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