March 2022, Vol. 249, No. 3

Features

Coastal GasLink Pipeline Project More Than Halfway Complete

Special to P&GJ   Coastal GasLink’s pipeline project is more than 57% complete overall, and more than 46% of the construction is finished, according to its monthly construction update. The pipeline, which will feed natural gas to one of the biggest liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects in Canada’s history, remains on track to start up by 2023. (Photo: Coastal GasLink) The project involves the construction and operation of a 48-inch (1,219-mm), 416-mile (670-km) pipeline from northeastern British Columbia to the LNG Canada Export Terminal now under construction near Kitimat. LNG Canada’s joint venture participants include Shell, Kog

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