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TransCanada awards $2.8B in contracts to deliver natural gas pipeline for proposed LNG facility

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June 20, 2018 by Jillian Morgan

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Coastal GasLink hosted a signing ceremony in Vancouver between TransCanada and its conditionally awarded construction partners. (PHOTO: Coastal GasLink/Twitter)

VANCOUVER—TransCanada Corporation has conditionally awarded four contracts totalling $2.8 billion to construct the Coastal GasLink pipeline project.

The 670-kilometre pipeline will deliver natural gas from the Dawson Creek area of northern B.C. to the proposed LNG Canada natural gas liquefaction facility in Kitimat, B.C.

Selected contractors – Surerus Murphy Joint Venture, SA Energy Group, Macro Spiecapag Joint Venture and Pacific Atlantic Pipeline Construction Inc., part of the Bonatti group – will hire a projected 2,500 workers over the four-year construction period.

The contractors have local offices in the Fort St. John, B.C., Vancouver and Calgary areas, as well as internationally.

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