Enbridge Inc. has won a contest with TC Energy Corp. to collect high-volume natural gas pipeline flows for the Royal Dutch Shell plc-led LNG Canada export terminal under construction in northeastern British Columbia (BC). Disclosure of the commercial coup surfaced in a procedural dispute before the Canada Energy Regulator (CER) between Enbridge’s Westcoast network in…
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Enbridge Inc. has received approval for a C$740 million ($555 million) renovation of its 62-year-old Westcoast Transmission natural gas pipeline in British Columbia.
Enbridge Inc. was given approval late Wednesday to restart an unharmed 30-inch diameter natural gas pipeline that is in the same right-of-way as a 36-inch pipeline that exploded in British Columbia (BC) on Tuesday.
Pipeline competition on the natural gas transportation growth market in northern British Columbia (BC) is heating up to a boil that makes construction crews liable to bump into each other working on rival projects.
A C$576 million (US$444 million) package of natural gas pipeline capacity additions has come together in northern British Columbia, to carry increasing production from the Montney Shale region.
Sales competition is undermining international prices for liquefied natural gas (LNG), according to ExxonMobil Corp.’s export terminal proposal for the northern Pacific Coast of British Columbia (BC). The supermajor and Canadian affiliate Imperial Oil Ltd. noted the competition in a filing with the National Energy Board (NEB) to build a terminal that could export as much as 30 million metric tons a year (mmty) to overseas markets.