The scope for West Path Delivery Program in 2023 includes the Foothills Zone 8 West Path Delivery 2023 Project and the NGTL West Path Delivery 2023 Project. These projects consist of approximately 70 km of 48-inch diameter (NPS 48) pipeline expansions and a meter station expansion expected to be completed and in-service by Q4 2023.
Foothills Zone 8 West Path Delivery 2023
View the Foothills Zone 8 West Path Delivery 2023 Fact sheet
NGTL West Path Delivery 2023
Notice of Public Hearing and Registration to Participate for the Project
Notice of Public Hearing and Registration to Participate for the Project - Appendix A
View the NGTL West path Delivery 2023 Fact Sheet
Commenced environmental & technical analysis
Commenced survey & field studies
Began broad engagement on project study areas
Commenced landowner engagement
Commenced early Indigenous and stakeholder engagement
Filed Project Notification for the NGTL West Path Delivery 2023 Project with the CER
Filed an application with the CER for the NGTL West Path Delivery 2023 Project
Filed a Project Notification for the Foothills Zone 8 West Path Delivery 2023 Project with the CER
Subject to regulatory approval, commence clearing activities on:
Subject to regulatory approval, commence mainline construction activities on:
Subject to regulatory approval, commence meter station construction activities on Foothills Zone 8 West Path Delivery 2023 – Kingsgate Border Meter Station
Anticipate construction to be completed and all project components placed into service
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.
The Project route has been finalized for the British Columbia Mainline Loop 2 Elko Section. In determining the proposed routes, we consider a number of factors including safety, constructability, environmental and socio-economic sensitivities, land use compatibility, economics, cultural sites, as well as stakeholder, Indigenous groups and landowner input. To minimize the project footprint, we work to align the pipeline route to follow existing rights-of-way and established corridors where practical and technically feasible.
All landowners will receive fair and equitable compensation for the land easements granted. For further questions about compensation, please contact your Land Representative. Learn more about how we work with landowners.
TC Energy has a Vendor Registration site where interested local service providers can express interest in working with us. Please visit TCEnergy.com/vendors for more information about how to register with us.
Our goal is to maintain continuous contact with our stakeholders throughout this Project. We invite you to contact us with any questions or comments you have about the project at 1-855-895-8754 or email@example.com. For a full list of contacts visit the contact section on the overview page.
TC Energy is committed to protecting the environment.
As part of project planning and development, TC Energy will prepare an Environmental and Socioeconomic Assessment (ESA). We will collect 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) will be developed 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
The proposed 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.
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.
For more than 65 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 proposed Projects will be designed, constructed and operated in a safe and environmentally responsible manner. Learn more about our safety practices.
The proposed Projects are governed according to regulations by the Canada Energy Regulator (CER).
NGTL filed a Project Notification for the NGTL West Path Delivery 2023 Project with the CER in Q2 2020. On October 22, 2020, NGTL filed an application with the CER under Section 183 of the Canadian Energy Regulator Act. On November 25, 2020, the CER issued:
As an alternative to viewing the application on the CER website, you can obtain or view a digital copy of the application in English at any of these locations during their hours of operation:
514 Windsor Avenue NW
Turner Valley, AB T0L 2A0
Sheep River Library
129 Main Street NE
301 Centre Avenue West
Black Diamond, AB T0L 0H0
128 Morrison Place
Longview, AB T0L 1H0
Longview Municipal Library
962 St. John Avenue
Pincher Creek, AB T0K 1W0
Pincher Creek & District Municipal Library
899 Main Street
309B Macleod Trail S.W.
High River, AB T1V 1Z5
High River Library
909 1 Street SW
High River, AB T1V 1A5
8502 - 19 Avenue, Coleman
Crowsnest Pass, AB T0K 0E0
Crowsnest Community Library
2114 127 St
Blairmore, AB T0K 0E0
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