Enbridge Inc. will proceed with a $3.6 billion CAD expansion of its T-South segment of its B.C. Pipeline. The company announced Nov. 4 that it had completed a successful open season to increase transportation capacity on T-South, a natural gas pipeline system, which originates near Chetwynd, British Columbia and extends south to the Canada-U.S. border at Huntingdon-Sumas.
The open season was over-subscribed, and Enbridge has sanctioned and is proceeding with a 300 million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d) expansion.
“This expansion illustrates the immense strategic importance of our B.C. natural gas system in supplying regional and global energy demand with low-emission natural gas,” said Cynthia Hansen, executive vice president and president of gas transmission and midstream at Enbridge. “And it also demonstrates how we’re able to leverage our conventional energy transportation assets to extend our growth and generate value for our shareholders.”
emand for natural gas, West Coast LNG exports and downstream demand.
The T-North open season began Nov. 4 and is targeted to end on Jan. 10, 2023.
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