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FortisBC projects and energy topics that matter

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A guardian monitor from Kwikwetlem First Nation is providing environmental oversight during construction for our Pattullo Gas Line Replacement project.

Project updates

Eagle Mountain - Woodfibre Gas Pipeline project

November 29, 2022

Open house cancelled due to inclement weather

With significant snow forecasted in the area, we have made the decision to cancel tonight’s Open House in Squamish due to the winter weather statement issued by Environment Canada for the area. You can view our presentation materials in the Library tab, under Additional engagement resources. Get involved and share your feedback with FortisBC: Call us at 1-855-380-5784 Email us at [email protected] You can also sign up for our email newsletter to get the latest updates on the project.
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Tilbury Phase 1 LNG Expansion project

October 11, 2022

Tilbury Pacific LNG jetty

The Tilbury Jetty Limited Partnership has filed an application for an environmental assessment certificate with the Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) of BC for a marine jetty next to FortisBC’s Tilbury LNG storage facility that would allow the supply of LNG to vessels for ship-to-ship LNG bunkering and for bulk delivery to overseas markets. The project is now with provincial and federal decision-makers. For more information, visit tilburypacific.ca.
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Interior Transmission System Upgrades

September 20, 2022

Project application filed

Today marks a major step forward as we file our project application for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity with the BC Utilities Commission (BCUC). The Interior Transmission System Upgrades project will update our natural gas system throughout the interior of British Columbia, enhancing existing safety and reliability.  While preparing to submit our application, we’ve been engaging local municipalities, Indigenous communities, landowners, and local residents to share details on the project and obtain feedback. If approved, project construction work will occur in 2025-2026 in preparation for the line inspections that will begin in 2026.
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