NorthRiver Midstream checks in with Dawson Creek city council

NorthRiver Midstream representatives were on hand at city hall Monday to give city council an update on projects in the area.

Talese Shilleto and Dean Freeman were in attendance to talk about sale of assets from Enbridge as well as Tupper West expansion plans.

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Shilleto outlined key areas of operation.

“We have 19 facilities with processing capacity of 3.5 bcf/d plus 3,500 km of pipeline,” said Shilleto. 

“There will be roughly 150 people employed at the height of the project.”

The Tupper West project will include 18 km of high voltage transmission lines and will be in service by late 2020.

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