MY COWICHAN VALLEY NOW – New pipeline proposed to bring gas to Malahat/Steelhead LNG project

Sean Eckford — September 2, 2015

The LNG project being proposed for the Malahat First Nation’s Bamberton property will get its natural gas from a new pipeline.

Steelhead LNG says it’s going to work with the US based company Williams on the Island Gas Connector, which will bring gas from Washington State, under the Salish Sea and past Salt Spring Island to Mill Bay.

It’s a total length of about 128 kilometres.

Steelhead CEO Nigel Kuzemko says they found the current Fortis pipeline to the Island doesn’t have enough capacity (Fortis is already planning an expansion of part of that line for the Woodfibre LNG project in Howe Sound).

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