UGL – Coniston-Walden Pipeline – Ontario - Project Profile
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Union Gas Ltd (UGL) is planning to build a pipeline from Coniston to Walden in Canada.
The project involves the construction of a 23km, with 12-inch diameter pipeline. It will be developed in two sections.
The first section is located between the existing Union Gas Coniston and Frood Road Stations, and the second between the Union Gas Azilda and Walden Stations.
The project includes the construction of pumping stations, metering systems and related facilities, the laying of pipelines, and the installation of safety systems.
AECOM Canada Ltd has been appointed to prepare an environmental report to assess any potential environmental and socio-economic effects that may result from the project.
On December 1, 2016, UGL and AECOM Canada Ltd held a public information session to discuss the Environmental Study process.
In April 2017, Environmental Study completed.
In May 2017, Project application submitted to Ontario Energy Board (OEB).
Construction is expected to commence in the third quarter of 2018.
The project involves the construction of a 23km, with 12-inch diameter pipeline from Coniston to Walden in Ontario, Canada.
The US$47 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of pumping stations
2. Construction of metering systems
3. Laying of pipelines
4. Installation of safety systems
5. Construction of related infrastructure
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