Coastal GasLink Pipeline Route

Section 1, Wilde Lake

Details

Location:

West of Dawson Creek to south of Chetwynd

Length:

92 Kilometers

Prime Contractor:

Surerus Murphy Joint Venture

Workforce Accommodations:

One Workforce Accommodation – Sanataa Lodge, and one short-term Workforce Accommodation at Sunset Prairie Lodge

Performance At A Glance

100%

cleared, includes project route and ancillary sites

100%

of grading completed

100%

of pipe installed, includes activities from stringing through to backfilling

191

workers at Sunset Prairie Lodge

Recent Updates

June 29, 2022

Key Activities
  • Continued Erosion and Sediment Control (ESC) mitigation and maintenance
  • Remobilized crews for summer construction, including hydrotesting, caliper pig runs, valve installation, clean-up and reclamation
Look Ahead
  • Continue ESC mitigation and maintenance
  • Complete hydrotesting in test sections from KP 0 to 27
  • Begin clean-up activities

*All schedules are subject to change

June 29, 2022

Wilde Lake Compressor Station Update

Key Activities
  • Overall construction surpassed 85%; site welding surpassed 96% in diameter inches
  • Completed Meter Station Pipeline welding
  • Hydrotesting underway including on small bore piping, prep underway to hydrotest Joint Venture Partner lines
  • Continued structural work within each compressor station, nearing completion on most large weight work
  • Completed first large bore hydrotest
  • Continued backfilling throughout the yard
  • Progressed electrical and instrumentation work
Look Ahead
  • Complete lube oil flushing in A1, continue flushing for A2 to prep for final pipe install and commissioning
  • Continue backfilling activities
  • Progress electrical and instrumentation installation
  • Complete final 48” welds on site

*All schedules are subject to change

Section 2

Details

Location:

South of Chetwynd to east of McLeod Lake

Length:

48 kilometres

Prime Contractor:

Surerus Murphy Joint Venture

Workforce Accommodations:

Two Workforce Accommodations – Mt. Merrick Lodge and Sukunka Lodge

Performance At A Glance

100%

cleared, includes project route and ancillary sites

88.7%

of grading completed

33.8%

of pipe installed, includes activities from stringing through to backfilling

140

workers in Sukunka Lodge and Mt. Merrick Lodge

Recent Updates

June 29, 2022

Key Activities
  • Continued Erosion Sediment Control (ESC) mitigation and maintenance
  • Remobilized crews for summer construction
  • Reopened Mt Merrick Lodge for summer construction
Look Ahead
  • Continue ESC mitigation and maintenance
  • Remobilize crews to resume various construction activities, including grading, blasting, stringing, bending, welding, coating and Mt Merrick Special Section works

*All schedules are subject to change

Section 3

Details

Location:

East of McLeod Lake to north of Prince George

Length:

104 kilometres

Prime Contractor:

SA Energy Group

Workforce Accommodations:

One Workforce Accommodation – Parsnip Lodge

Performance At A Glance

100%

cleared, includes project route and ancillary sites

62.5%

of grading completed

56.3%

of pipe installed, includes activities from stringing through to backfilling

135

workers at Parsnip Lodge

Recent Updates

June 29, 2022

Key Activities
  • Progressed execution planning workshops for glaciolacustrine clay area, watercourse crossings and ESC mitigations
  • Preparation of work plans for mainline work and sheet piling for summer construction season
  • Continued ESC mitigation and maintenance
Look Ahead
  • Remobilize crews for summer construction season
  • Finalize execution plan for glacio-lacustrine clay area
  • Complete expansion of Parsnip Lodge
  • Complete CGL and Contractor Season 4 planning workshops
  • Continued ESC mitigation and maintenance

*All schedules are subject to change

Section 4

Details

Location:

North of Prince George to northwest of Vanderhoof

Length:

93 kilometres

Prime Contractor:

SA Energy Group

Workforce Accommodations:

One Workforce Accommodation – Vanderhoof Lodge (Decommissioned)

Performance At A Glance

100%

cleared, includes project route and ancillary sites

100%

of grading completed

100%

of pipe installed, includes activities from stringing through to backfilling

0

workers at Vanderhoof Lodge

Recent Updates

June 29, 2022

Key Activities
  • Completed machine clean-up
  • Continued ESC mitigation and maintenance
  • Began reclamation activities at Vanderhoof Lodge site
Look Ahead
  • Continued focus on ESC monitoring
  • Continue reclamation activities at Vanderhoof Lodge site
  • Continue backfilling and grading activities at Mainline Block Valve 7 at approx. KP 249.500

*All schedules are subject to change

Section 5

Details

Location:

North of Vanderhoof to south of Burns Lake

Length:

54 kilometres

Prime Contractor:

Nadleh-Macro

Workforce Accommodations:

One Workforce Accommodation – Little Rock Lake Lodge

Performance At A Glance

100%

cleared, includes right-of-way and ancillary sites

88.5%

of grading completed

39.6%

of pipe installed, includes activities from stringing through to backfilling

244

workers at Little Rock Lake Lodge

Recent Updates

May 27, 2022

Key Activities
  • Continued to mobilize crews for summer construction season
  • Continued grading, welding, coating and blasting activities and started mainline welder testing
  • Commenced summer scope crossings (roads and watercourses)
  • Commenced work on Hwy 16, CN Rail and Trout Road Forest Service Road trenchless crossings
Look Ahead
  • Continue with ESC monitoring and maintenance
  • Complete Trout Road Forest Service Road trenchless crossing, continue to progress work on Hwy 16 / CN Rail crossing and start work on Fraser Cliff pipe installation
  • Complete trench and grade blasting activities
  • Commence with mainline pipeline activities

*All schedules are subject to change

Section 6

Details

Location:

South of Burns Lake to south of Houston

Length:

116 kilometres

Prime Contractor:

Pacific Atlantic Pipeline Construction Inc. (PAPC)

Workforce Accommodations:

One Workforce Accommodation – 7 Mile Lodge

Performance At A Glance

100%

cleared, includes right-of-way and ancillary sites

84.7%

of grading completed

32.4%

of pipe installed, includes activities from stringing through to backfilling

139

workers at 7 Mile Lodge

Recent Updates

June 29, 2022

Key Activities
  • Continued ESC monitoring and maintenance
  • Began mobilization of Michels Canada and construction planning activities for summer construction season
Look Ahead
  • Continue with ESC monitoring and maintenance
  • Remobilize contractor crews to site for summer construction season
  • Begin pre-ditching activities to identify rock locations
  • Begin setup and preparation for welder qualification activities
  • Begin preparation for grubbing and stripping activities
  • Assess right-of-way conditions to begin mainline activities

*All schedules are subject to change

Section 7

Details

Location:

South of Houston to north of Morice Lake

Length:

77 kilometres

Prime Contractor:

OJ Pipelines in partnership with Natanlii Development Corporation (Skin Tyee Nation), Yinka Dene Economic Development Limited Partnership (Wet’suwet’en First Nation) and Kyah Development Corporation (Witset First Nation)

Workforce Accommodations:

One Workforce Accommodation – Huckleberry Lodge

Performance At A Glance

96.6%

cleared, includes project route and ancillary sites

11.2%

of grading completed

0%

of pipe installed, includes activities from stringing through to backfilling

192

workers at Huckleberry Lodge

Recent Updates

June 29, 2022

Key Activities
  • Continued mobilization of heavy equipment and supplies
  • Began the removal of bridge abutments in preparation for new bridge installation
  • Loaded out pipe from the Houston stockpile site to haul in welder testing pipe
  • Continued ESC monitoring and maintenance
Look Ahead
  • Continue with ESC monitoring and maintenance
  • Remobilize crews to site for summer construction season

*All schedules are subject to change

Section 8, Kitimat

Details

Location:

North of Morice Lake to Kitimat

Length:

84 kilometres

Prime Contractor:

East of KM 612.7: Macro Spiecapag Joint Venture (MSJV). West of KM 612.7: Ledcor-Haisla Limited Partnership (LHLP). Facilities: Aecon

Workforce Accommodations:

Four Workforce Accommodations – Sitka Lodge, Hunter Creek Lodge, P2 Lodge, 9A Lodge

Performance At A Glance

100%

cleared, includes project route and ancillary sites

86.9%

of grading completed

35.7%

of pipe installed, includes activities from stringing through to backfilling

1,551

workers at Sitka Lodge, Hunter Creek Lodge and 9A Lodge

Recent Updates

June 29, 2022

Section 8 East

Key Activities
  • Continued grading, rock trenching and blasting
  • Commenced mainline activities May 17th
  • Continued watercourse crossing installations, isolations and reinstatements
Look Ahead
  • Continue watercourse crossing installations and reinstatements
  • Continue mainline construction activities
  • Continue ESC maintenance and monitoring
  • Re-commence steep slope grading activities

*All schedules are subject to change

June 29, 2022


Section 8 West

Key Activities
  • Continued grading and blasting in valley and west areas
  • Continued mainline and back-end pipe installation
  • Completed pipe installation at watercourse crossing; continued pipe install at other priority watercourse crossings
  • Completed trenchless crossings
  • Progressed steep slope excavation and pipe installation in various areas
  • Continued townsite clean-up activities
Look Ahead
  • Complete watercourse crossing installations on multiple work fronts
  • Continue valley corridor grading
  • Continue steep slopes #5, #6 and #10 works
  • Continue sheet pile installation in the Kitimat area
  • Continue townsite pipe installation
  • Complete watercourse trenchless pipe installation
  • Continue ESC maintenance and monitoring

*All schedules are subject to change

Coastal GasLink's approved route prioritizes the best option for the environment and surrounding communities, as well as the safe delivery of natural gas from northeastern B.C. to the LNG Canada facility in Kitimat, B.C.

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