NPS 220 Waterfront Relocation Project

Enbridge Gas Inc.

Enbridge Gas Inc. has applied to the Ontario Energy Board for approval to construct two natural gas pipelines in the City of Toronto.

If the application is approved as filed, Enbridge Gas Inc. is proposing to construct the new natural gas pipelines to replace the existing pipeline on the Keating Railway Bridge, in the City of Toronto. As part of the first stage of the project, Enbridge Gas Inc. will construct a new 190 meter 20-inch high pressure temporary bypass pipeline that will replace the existing natural gas pipeline located on the Keating Railway Bridge. In the second stage, Enbridge Gas Inc. will construct a new 160 metre 20-inch high pressure pipeline that will permanently replace the temporary bypass pipeline. The existing pipeline on the Keating Railway Bridge and the temporary pipeline will be decommissioned. The location of the proposed pipelines is shown in the map.

Enbridge Gas Inc. has also applied for approval of the forms of agreement it offers to landowners to use their land for construction of the proposed pipelines.

Enbridge Gas Inc. says that it is required to relocate the existing pipeline on the Keating Railway Bridge because of planned improvements to the bridge as part of Waterfront Toronto’s Port Lands Flood Protection and Enabling Infrastructure Project.

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The OEB has issued a Decision and Order on the NPS 220 Waterfront Relocation Project.

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Ontario Energy Board
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