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Surrey to Coquitlam upgrade project reaches finish line

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Project updates

Lower Mainland System Upgrades

Surrey to Coquitlam natural gas line upgrades

Latest Update

Community appreciation event

On Valentine’s Day, FortisBC is spreading the love and showing our appreciation to the community and businesses for their patience and understanding during the Surrey to Coquitlam gas line upgrade project. We’re putting on an appreciation event from ...

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Lower Mainland System Upgrades

Vancouver to Coquitlam natural gas line upgrades

Latest Update

Woodland Station demolition

In preparation for the natural gas line upgrade project, our contractor will begin demolishing the existing Woodland Station during the week of January 15th. Work will take place on weekdays between 7:30 a.m. and 8 p.m, with occasional Saturday work ...

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Eagle Mountain - Woodfibre Gas Pipeline project

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Squamish Community Office – Update

While our current phase of planning work is ongoing, we have reduced our presence and community office hours at our location on Cleveland Avenue. We value the feedback we receive from local stakeholders and residents, and we will be available by sche...

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Tilbury LNG expansion project

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BC companies making waves with Canada’s first shipment of LNG to China

Early Thursday morning, after a journey of more than 9,000 kilometres, the first shipment of liquefied natural gas from Canada arrived in China. A single ISO container of gas left FortisBC’s Tilbury LNG storage facility in mid-November. Days later...

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