Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline Brief

 The Enbridge Northern Gateway project consists of two parallel pipelines between an inland terminal at Bruderheim, Alberta and a marine terminal near Kitimat, BC, each with a length of 1,177 kilometers (731 mi). Diluted bitumen (dilbit) produced from oil sands, would be transported from Bruderheim to Kitimat, while natural gas condensate would move in the opposite direction in a smaller pipeline.


A statistic from the Energy Resources Conservation Board (ERCB) states:   ‘’ It should also be noted that pipelines in Alberta have never been safer. In 2009, Alberta posted a record-low pipeline failure rate of 1.7 pipeline failures per 1,000 km of pipeline (considering all substances), bettering the previous record-low of 2.1 set in both 2008 and 2007.’’    Source

 Please see attachment for the full brief and a sample letter.


EnbridgeLetterOfComment.doc35 KB
Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline Project Brief - SSBC.pdf170.84 KB