NEB approves Trans-Northern pipeline relocation in Hamilton, Ont.

By OGJ editors

HOUSTON, Dec. 16-- Trans-Northern Pipelines Inc., Calgary, has received approval from Canada's National Energy Board to relocate a section of products pipeline, construct one section, and lower two other sections of line in Hamilton, Ont., to accommodate the construction of an expressway.

Trans-Northern will relocate 525 m of 16-in. pipe, abandon in place 250 m of line, remove 147 m of pipe, construct 525 m of new 16-in. pipeline, and lower two pipelines totaling 120 m.


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