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Leming Lake Sales Lateral Loop Project

Overview

NGTL GP Ltd., as general partner on behalf of NGTL Limited Partnership (NGTL), a wholly owned subsidiary of TransCanada PipeLines Limited, an affiliate of TC Energy Corporation, is planning a natural gas pipeline expansion project in northern Alberta on its NGTL System to support the transportation of natural gas to growing domestic markets in Alberta. The proposed Leming Lake Sales Lateral Loop (Field Lake Section) Project (“Project”) is necessary to increase natural gas transportation to meet growing demand. NGTL anticipates filing an application with the Canada Energy Regulator (CER) under Section 214 of the Canadian Energy Regulator Act in Q1 2024, with a commercial in-service date currently planned for Q2 2026.   

NPS 20 Field Lake Section

The proposed Field Lake Section consists of approximately 17 kilometers (km) of 20-inch diameter (NPS 20) pipeline originating at the Field Lake Compressor Station approximately 8 km east of Lac La Biche, AB at NE-6-67-12-W4M, and ending at a proposed valve site at SW-8-66-11-W4M within Lac La Biche County.

Project schedule

Q2 2023 Engagement start
Q4 2023 Project notification submission to CER
Q1 2024 Section 214 application submission to CER
Q1 2025 Clearing start
Q4 2025 Mainline construction start
Q2 2026 Commercial in-service

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Vendor opportunities

TC Energy utilizes qualified and competitive companies and individuals to plan, build and operate our facilities. We believe in supporting local communities near our projects and provide opportunities through employment and contracts to local people and businesses. We require our prime contractors to hire qualified, local subcontractors. 

We are proud of the relationships we’ve built with Indigenous communities and are committed to providing business, employment and training opportunities to the people on whose lands we operate. For Indigenous vendors; if you have any questions, or require assistance, please reach out to IR_contracting@tcenergy.com. We appreciate you letting us know if you have registered through our vendor registration and look forward to receiving any additional information regarding your business like brochures for goods and/or services offered, preferred contacts, Indigenous affiliations (e.g. ownership, letters of support, etc.), and past projects completed that you wish TC Energy to be aware of.

Learn more about vendor opportunities or read about how to register as a vendor.

FAQ

Our commitment

Environmental considerations

TC Energy is committed to protecting the environment.

As part of project planning and development, NGTL is preparing an Environmental and Socioeconomic Assessment (ESA). We collected data on a number of environmental elements including, but not limited to, soils and terrain, wildlife and wildlife habitat, vegetation and wetlands, fish and fish habitat, heritage resources, air emissions and acoustic environment, and socioeconomic considerations such as land and resource use, infrastructure and services, and social and cultural well-being.

In addition, an Environmental Protection Plan (EPP) is under development to identify the necessary environmental protection measures to be implemented for the Project, which ensures responsible construction and results in a return to equivalent land capability.

Project benefits

The Project will deliver well-designed and constructed infrastructure that provides short-term and long-term economic benefits and strengthens the economy on a local, provincial and national level.

  • Employment opportunities — Construction will require the services of equipment operators, welders, mechanics, truck drivers, labourers and more.
  • Business opportunities — Pipeline construction will create demand for local goods and services, including food and accommodation, hardware, industrial parts, automotive parts and servicing, fuel and more.
  • Annual revenue to support local services — Project construction will result in tax payments to municipal, provincial and federal governments. When the Project is operational, annual tax payments will help support schools and hospitals, emergency services, recreation facilities, recycling programs and other local programs vital to sustaining communities. 
  • Investments in local communities — Through our engagement with local communities, we will identify areas where we can help build stronger, more vibrant communities through initiatives with community partnerships in the areas of safety, community and environment.

Working with Indigenous groups

We welcome input and support from Indigenous groups so we can identify specific concerns, environmental sensitivities and culturally important areas along potential route options. We will provide opportunities to Indigenous groups to provide feedback throughout engagement and during the regulatory process. Learn more about how we work with Indigenous groups.

Safety is our number one value

For more than 70 years, TC Energy has been a leader in the safe and reliable operation of North American energy infrastructure. From design and construction, to operations and maintenance, safety is integral to everything we do. The Project will be designed, constructed and operated in a safe and environmentally responsible manner. Learn more about our safety practices.

 

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Regulatory

How are we regulated?

The proposed Leming Lake Sales Lateral Loop (Project) will be part of the NGTL System which is governed according to regulations outlined by the Canada Energy Regulator (CER).

Regulatory documents

Category Document name and link
CER Project Notification Leming Lake Sales Lateral Loop Project – CER Project Notification
CER Application Leming Lake Sales Lateral Loop Project – CER Application

Regulatory contact

Canada Energy Regulator (CER)
Local 1-403-292-4800 1-403-292-5503
Toll-Free 1-800-899-1265 1-877-288-8803

WEBSITE EMAIL

 

Ways to reach us

TC Energy is committed to notifying affected landowners, towns, communities and local, provincial and federal governments and agencies involved in the Project. If you have any questions about the proposed Project, please reach out to us via the contact information below. For general questions you can contact us by email, but for a quicker response, please call us directly.

Public Affairs

450 – 1 St. S.W.
Calgary, Alberta
T2P 5H1

1-855-895-8754
Emergency Response
Our commitment to the safety of our people, pipelines and facilities is unwavering, visit our Contact page for our complete list of emergency numbers.
Landowner Helpline
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.

Head Office
450 – 1 St. SW
Calgary, Alberta
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We welcome inquiries from analysts, shareholders and prospective shareholders at: 
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