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TransCanada plans LNG pipeline for Kitimat

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by Journal Of Commerce last update:Aug 26, 2014

TransCanada Corp. says it plans to build a $1.9 billion pipeline to help feed Chevron Corp. and Apache Corp.'s proposed liquefied natural gas facility near Kitimat, B.C.

 

 

The Merrick Mainline Pipeline Project will run 260 kilometres from Dawson Creek, in B.C.’s resource-rich northeast, to Summit Lake, where Chevron and Apache’s Pacific Trail Pipeline begins. Pacific Trail will deliver gas the rest of the way to the coast, where the resource will be chilled into a liquid state and exported abroad via tanker. Chevron and Apache’s Canadian subsidiaries have signed an agreement for TransCanada to deliver about 1.9 billion cubic feet per day on the Merrick pipeline. The project could be up and running in the first quarter of 2020.

While early work is underway on the Merrick project, construction will only go ahead if it gets the green light from regulators and they decide to move forward with it.

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last update:Aug 26, 2014

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