ARCHIVED – Emera Brunswick Pipeline Company Ltd. – Brunswick Pipeline Project – GH-1-2006
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Emera Brunswick Pipeline Company Ltd. (EBPC) submitted an application to the National Energy Board (NEB) in May 2006 to build and operate a 30-inch diameter pipeline that extends 145 kilometres from the Canaport™ Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Terminal at Mispec Point, New Brunswick to a point on the US border near St. Stephen, New Brunswick. The NEB also approved the application on the tolls to be charged on the Brunswick Pipeline and EBPC's request to be designated as a Group 2 company.
In May 2007, the application to construct and operate the pipeline was approved on the grounds that the pipeline is necessary to meet present and future energy needs of Canadians. The NEB found that the benefits associated with the Brunswick Pipeline of bringing an additional and stable supply of gas into Maritime Canada are significant, real and numerous.
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NEB is seeking comments on three segments to Emera Brunswick Pipeline Routing
National Energy Board approves Emera Brunswick Pipeline applications
- Questions and Answers
NEB releases the Environmental Assessment Report on the Emera Brunswick Pipeline Project
NEB to hold public hearing on application to construct the Brunswick Pipeline Project
National Energy Board receives application for the Brunswick Pipeline Project
Reasons for Decision GH-1-2006 [Filing A15654]
- Regulatory documents for the Brunswick Pipeline Project - GH-1-2006 [Folder 408789]
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