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Pipeline construction projects

 

TC Energy increases long-term growth outlook

TC Energy and Mexico’s Comisión Federal de Electricidad announce a first-of-its-kind strategic partnership to develop world-class energy infrastructure in Mexico.

 
 
 

Hard rock directional drilling bores more: 8400 ft (2560.3 m) in solid rock

Everything is bigger in Texas, and the job Hard Rock Directional Drilling performed in Midland, Texas, proves it. Using two Vermeer® horizontal directional drills (HDDs) and a pair of Vermeer reclaimers, the San Antonio-based HDD specialists could do more than some other crews – installing 8414 ft (2564.6 m) of 30 in. (76.2 cm) diameter steel pipe in rock along a busy highway.

 
 
 

Trans Mountain releases 2021 ESG report

Announcing ESG commitments, including advancing work with Indigenous communities, greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reduction plans and renewed commitment to net-zero emissions by 2050.

 

Know the advantages of trenching versus excavating

Trencher or excavator? For pipeline distribution, power, water, sewer, gas and underdrain installations, as well as other heavy-duty trenching applications, both machines can do the work, yet excavators continue to be more prevalently used. But, this seems to be largely due to tradition. In fact, many contractors will tell you that they still install product with an excavator because that’s the way they’ve always done it.