News: Construction

Update: LNG Canada Project Construction

The single largest to-date private sector investment in Canadian history, the $40 billion LNG Canada project, continues to take shape near Kitimat and has surpassed the half-way mark. In 2021, roughly 4,000 workers were employed at the Kitimat site and 2022 is projected to be even more demanding for labour resources. “We had an extremely … read more

Long-Delayed Enbridge Line 3 Pipeline Project Set to Open

Starting in October, Canadian pipeline operator Enbridge Inc., informed oil shippers that it would offer capacity for 620,000 barrels per day through its Line 3 pipeline. The aging pipeline, which Enbridge is replacing, carries oil from Alberta to U. S. Midwest refineries. The reboot of this project signals confidence in completing the project and will … read more

Forging Forward: Plans to sell Trans Mountain pipeline to Indigenous Groups

The Federal Department of Finance officials are leaning into the potential sale of the Trans Mountain pipeline to two prominent Indigenous groups that are actively pursuing an ownership stake in the pipeline. An ownership stake would bring much-needed funding for critical infrastructures like housing, roads, sewers and drinking water for Indigenous communities. “I’m hoping it … read more

TC Energy Announces Start of Keystone XL Pipeline

On March 31, 2020, TC Energy announced the details regarding the long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline (KXL), an $8.0 billion investment into the North American economy.  Backed by the tremendous financial commitment from the Alberta government, this project now moves forward for the benefit of the province and all Canadians. The 1,947-km (1,210 mile) project has … read more