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New Projects - Canada

At Spectra Energy, we are moving ahead and gaining momentum as we expand our total portfolio via project execution and acquisitions.

Thanks to the power of our growing portfolio, we are connecting the largest diverse markets with growing supply.

As we move forward, we'll continue the long-standing focus on execution with the goal of delivering projects on time and on budget, as well as securing contracts for new projects that will further fuel the next stage of our growth.

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Our Process

Spectra Energy employs a variety of techniques and perspectives when developing the most efficient and environmentally friendly pipeline routes.

Spectra Energy is undertaking an enhanced reliability program on the southern portion of its natural gas transmission system, which stretches from south of Chetwynd, British Columbia to the southernmost point at the Canadian/United States border at Huntingdon/Sumas.

Overview

Operator

Spectra Energy

Ownership

100% Spectra Energy

Completion Date

2018

Spectra Energy is adding two loop segments of 42-inch pipeline along a portion of its existing natural gas transmission system in northeastern British Columbia.

Overview

PEAK DAY Capacity

~240 million cubic feet per day

Operator

Spectra Energy

Ownership

100% Spectra Energy

Completion Date

2017

Spectra Energy is adding two loop segments of 36-inch pipeline along portions of its existing natural gas transmission system that runs from Taylor to Chetwynd in northeastern British Columbia.

Overview

PEAK DAY Capacity

~138 million cubic feet per day

Operator

Spectra Energy

Ownership

100% Spectra Energy

Completion Date

2017

Spectra Energy and BG Group are proposing a new natural gas transportation system from northeast British Columbia to Prince Rupert. With its abundant natural gas supplies, BC has enough natural gas to meet domestic needs and export surplus gas to Asia.

Overview

Location

Northeastern British Columbia to Prince Rupert, British Columbia

Length

~850 kilometers (525 miles)

PEAK DAY Capacity

Up to 4.2 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d)

Ownership

50% Spectra Energy, 50% BG Group

Completion Date

2019

Spectra Energy is proposing to add a new segment of 36-inch pipeline along a portion of its existing natural gas transmission system in northeastern British Columbia.

Overview

PEAK DAY Capacity

~50 million cubic feet per day

Operator

Spectra Energy

Ownership

100% Spectra Energy

Completion Date

2018

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