Spectra Energy’s BC pipeline system stretches from Fort Nelson in northeast British Columbia (B.C.) and from Gordondale at the B.C./Alberta border, south to the Canada/United States (U.S.) border at Huntingdon/Sumas. Transporting approximately 55% of the gas produced in the province, our pipeline business has been the backbone of B.C.’s natural gas industry since its inception..
From Fort Nelson in northeast B.C., to Gordondale at the B.C./Alberta border, then south to the Canada/U.S. border at Huntingdon/Sumas
2,818 km (1,751 miles) of natural gas transmission pipeline
PEAK DAY Capacity
2.9 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d)
19 stations with a combined 622,000 horsepower of compression
The Dawn-Parkway System includes 4,800 kilometres (3,000 miles) of transmission pipeline to move natural gas between the Dawn Hub - the largest integrated underground storage facility in Canada and one of North America's most liquid natural gas trading hubs - and the Parkway Compressor Station located near Toronto, Ontario. Gas can move from there to markets in Eastern Canada and the U.S. Northeast.
257 km (160 miles) which includes a series of four natural gas transmission pipelines 26, 34, 42 & 48 inches in diameter, running parallel to each other