Trans Mountain pipeline begins work in Clearwater

Trans Mountain Expansion Project Construction Accelerating
With a new year ahead of us and recent court decisions announced, the Trans Mountain Expansion Project is accelerating. Work is well underway with pipe in the ground and terminal construction in Alberta, and significant work ongoing at the Burnaby and Westridge Marine Terminals in British Columbia.

Trans Mountain Marks the Start of Pipeline Construction …
Today, Trans Mountain’s CEO Ian Anderson was joined by Hon. Seamus O’Regan, Minister of Natural Resources, Government of Canada, Hon. Sonya Savage, Minister of Energy, Government of Alberta and local government representatives in Acheson, Alberta for an event to mark the start of pipeline construction for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project.

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Trans Mountain Restarts Construction on Expansion Project
“I am pleased to announce another significant milestone for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project with the commencement of construction activities and the issuance of the notice to some contractors to begin mobilizing equipment and crews in select areas in August and September 2019.

Preparation Work for Pipeline … – Trans Mountain
Workers are on the ground this summer in the Yellowhead County, Alberta region to prepare the Trans Mountain Expansion Project right-of-way for the arrival of pipeline construction crews in spring 2019. They are engaging in a wide range of activities to prepare this section of the right-of-way for pipeline construction.

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Building a pipeline is a complex and careful step-by-step process involving strict safety standards, high-quality materials and skilled workers. Clearwater and Trans Mountain Sign a $390,000 Community Benefit Agreement

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The people who work for Trans Mountain are dedicated and passionate. In some cases, multiple generations within a family have worked on the pipeline. Safety of the public, the environment and their colleagues is critically important for everyone who works with us. At Trans Mountain we care about our employees and the advancement of their careers.

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Without Indigenous consent for Trans Mountain, expect more …
Canadians can expect more disruptive protests if the federal government pushes forward with the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion against the wishes of some of the Indigenous communities it will …

Timeline: Key dates in the history of the Trans Mountain
VANCOUVER — Here are some key dates in the history of the Trans Mountain pipeline and Kinder Morgan Canada’s efforts to expand its capacity: October 1953: The Trans Mountain pipeline begins