Natural Gas Pipelines

The map below shows existing (solid lines) and proposed (dotted lines) natural gas pipelines in B.C.  The red pins show the locations of proposed LNG export facilities.  Click on the map to open a PDF with more details.

LNG-BCPipelineMap

Pacific Northern Gas Transmission Pipeline Expansion

Pacific Northern Gas Limited proposes to expand the existing Pacific Northern Gas Transmission Pipeline from Summit Lake to Kitimat, approximately 500 kilometres, to serve multiple proposed LNG projects.

B.C. Environmental Assessment Status Pre-Application
Associated LNG Facility Indeterminate LNG Proponents
Approximate Length 525 km
Gas Supply Region Summit Lake, B.C.
Proponent Website www.png.ca

Pacific Trail Pipeline

The Pacific Trail Pipeline is a proposed 480-kilometre natural gas pipeline that will deliver gas from Summit Lake, B.C. to the Kitimat LNG facility site at Bish Cove on the northwest coast of British Columbia.

B.C. Environmental Assessment Status Environmental Assessment Certificate Extension
Associated LNG Facility Kitimat LNG
Approximate Length 480 km
Gas Supply Region Spectra Energy Westcoast Pipeline
Proponent Website Pacific Trail Pipeline

Coastal GasLink Pipeline

Coastal GasLink Pipeline Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of TransCanada PipeLines Limited, proposes to develop a natural gas pipeline from northeast B.C. to the west coast of B.C. to serve export markets.

B.C. Environmental Assessment Status Approved: Environmental Assessment Certificate Issued
Associated LNG Facility LNG Canada
Approximate Length 670 km
Gas Supply Region Montney Basin
CEAA Status/Reference http://www.ceaa-acee.gc.ca/050/details-eng.cfm?evaluation=80020
Proponent Website http://www.coastalgaslink.com/

Prince Rupert Gas Transmission

TransCanada Corporation has been selected by Pacific NorthWest LNG to design, build, own and operate an approximately 900-kilometre pipeline to deliver natural gas from the Fort St. John area of B.C. to the proposed Pacific Northwest LNG export facility at Port Edward, near Prince Rupert, B.C.

B.C. Environmental Assessment Status Approved: Environmental Assessment Certificate Issued
Associated LNG Facility Pacific NorthWest LNG
Approximate Length 900 km
Gas Supply Region Near Fort St. John, B.C.
Proponent Website http://www.princerupertgas.com/

Westcoast Connector Gas Transmission

Spectra Energy Corporation has been selected by BG Group to build a new natural gas transportation system from northeast B.C. to Prince Rupert to serve the proposed Prince Rupert LNG facility and export terminal.

B.C. Environmental Assessment Status Approved: Environmental Assessment Certificate Issued
Associated LNG Facility Prince Rupert LNG
Approximate Length 850 km
Gas Supply Region Northeast B.C.
Proponent Website http://www.princerupertlng.ca/pipeline/

Eagle Mountain – Woodfibre Gas Pipeline

FortisBC is proposing to construct and operate a natural gas pipeline loop off its existing transmission pipeline. The loop would service the proposed Woodfibre LNG facility, running from north of the Coquitlam Watershed in Metro Vancouver to Squamish, B.C.

Project Partners FortisBC
B.C. Environmental Assessment Status Approved: Environmental Assessment Certificate Issued
Associated LNG Facility Woodfibre LNG
Approximate Length 52 km
Gas Supply Region Coquitlam, B.C.
Proponent Website FortisBC