Pacific Northern Gas is set to host two online information sessions regarding its plans to increase capacity of its gas pipeline running between Summit Lake near Prince George and Prince Rupert.
The expansion is intended to serve two customers planning small-scale natural gas liquefaction projects — one in Terrace and one in Port Edward — and it will involve approximately $60 million in pipeline infrastructure upgrades.
An increase in gas flowing through the pipeline has the potential to decrease gas bills for PNG’s existing residential and commercial customers from Vanderhoof to Prince Rupert.
The information sessions will be held on Nov. 25 and Nov. 30 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. More information about the sessions is available at www.png.ca/projects/recap
Read the full story in the upcoming Nov. 26 print issue of The Terrace Standard.