National Energy Board to hold public hearing on North Montney Project

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The line will consist of two sections: Aitken Creek, and Kahta. It will connect to the Groundbirch Mainline which is 35 kilometres southwest of Fort St. John and continues 187 kilometres northwest of Fort St. John.

The National Energy Board is wanting to hear from anyone that in the Board’s opinion, is directly affected by the project. The Board may also hear from anyone with relevant information or expertise.

Those wanting to participate in the hearing can do so by filling out an application which can be found by clicking here. The form will be accessible on February 18. Deadline for applications is March 19.

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