The project would extend TransCanada’s existing Groundbirch pipeline, located about 35 kilometres southwest of FortSt. John, to about 187 kilometres northwest of the city. It would also link up with a separate $5 billion TransCanada pipeline being built to connect northeast B.C. gas with the Progress Energy liquefied natural gas export terminal planned for Prince Rupert, Pacific Northwest LNG.
To register for the luncheon, which will be held at the Quality Inn Northern Grand on October 22, contact the Chamber of Commerce at 250-785-6037.