Gas line to Vancouver Island proposed

02/07/2000
Click here to enlarge imageA new deepwater gas pipeline is slated to traverse waters of the Pacific Northwest US and Canada.The Georgia Strait Crossing, as envisioned by partners BC Hydro, Vancouver, BC, and Williams Gas Pipeline, would begin as a 40 mile, 16-32-in. line to move gas from Sumas, Wash., to Cherry Point, Wash., in an established utility corridor. From Cherry Point, the line would travel 44 miles offshore across the Strait of Georgia, through Boundary Pass and the Satellite Channel in water depths of up to 1,200 ft. About 23 miles of pipe would be in Canadian waters, and 21 miles in US waters.The line would come ashore on Vancouver Island north of Mill Bay and travel inland...
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