The project includes approximately 344 km of natural gas pipeline in eight loops and three compressor station unit additions.
The company has announced the approval of CAN$1.3 billion of system expansions to connect the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin supply to incremental market demand.
Trans Mountain pleased with the Court’s decision to dismiss challenges to the Federal government’s approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
Minnesota Public Utilities Commission approves the Line 3RP revised FEIS, and reaffirms its certificate of need and routing permits.
Review and feedback has been invited for the proposed Gazoduq Project, a natural gas pipeline in Canada.
The assets, located in British Columbia, have been sold to Brookfield Infrastructure and its institutional partners.
The company has announced the results of voting at the special meetings of the Kinder Morgan Canada Limited holders of restricted voting shares and special voting shares, and the holders of preferred shares.
The Canada Energy Regulator (CER) has released its long-term energy outlook on how Canadian energy consumption and production trends are set to change.