We’re pleased to announce that the Sundre Crossover Pipeline is in service! The 21 km (13 mile) pipeline will increase capacity on TransCanada’s NGTL System for the transportation of natural gas to growing markets in North America.
Over the course of construction, the Project employed nearly 500 employees and contractors who contributed over approximately 160,000 dedicated hours to complete the project safely and on schedule. In addition, over $4 million was spent in the town of Sundre and surrounding areas during construction.
Thank you to the community of Sundre, all our stakeholders and the hundreds of workers for their patience, hard work and dedication to this project. We are grateful to everyone who played a role in its success!
Construction is now complete
Project became operational in early April 2018
Approximately 500 jobs created
Over 160,000 dedicated hours
Over $4 million in local spend
$188,000 in additional property taxes for Mountain View County
Whether you’re digging a foundation on a commercial jobsite, a swimming pool in your backyard or planting a tree, always know what’s below first. Before putting a shovel in the ground, contact your local One-Call Centre to have all underground utilities located and marked free of charge. Consequences of unsafe digging include: •Risk of serious injuries and death •Fines and repair costs to fix underground utility lines •Interrupted services such as electricity, gas and water
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Planning our route involved a number of factors, including safety, environmental sensitivities, archaeological and historical sites and stakeholder and Indigenous input.
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Our commitment to the safety of our people, pipelines and facilities is unwavering. In case of an emergency, please call the appropriate 24-hour toll-free hotline:
|A key component in maintaining the integrity of our facilities is input from all stakeholders: Indigenous communities, landowners and governments. If you have questions or concerns, please let us know.|