- Source: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
- Destination: Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada
- Ownership: Kinder Morgan
- Website: http://www.kindermorgan.com/
- Length: 1,150 kilometres ( miles)
- Before: 300,000 barrels of oil per day
- Before: 890,000 barrels of oil per day
- Crude Type:
The preliminary scope of the proposed project includes:
- Projected capital cost of approximately $5 billion.
- Twinning the existing pipeline within the existing right-of-way, where possible.
- Adding new pump stations along the route.
- Increasing the number of storage tanks at existing facilities.
- Expanding the Westridge Marine Terminal.
- The project is an expansion of the existing Trans Mountain Pipeline which is in operation
- Kinder Morgan anticipate filing a facilities application initiating a regulatory review with the National Energy Board in 2014
- If the application is approved, construction is currently forecast to commence in 2016 with the proposed project operating by 2017."
- 2012 - Kinder Morgan announced the successful completion of open season
- 2012 - Trans Mountain Finalizes Shipper Commitments for Pipeline Expansion
- 2012 - Trans Mountain Files Toll Application with National Energy Board
- 2013 - Project size was increased taking capacity target from 750,000 bpd to 890,000 bpd
- 2013 - NEB Approves Trans Mountain Toll Methodology for Proposed Expanded System
- The pipeline is one of a number of projects designed to get Canadian Oil Sands crude to market. Other projects include the Keystone XL Pipeline Project and the Northern Gateway Oil Pipeline Project
- Trans Mountain Expansion Receives Strong Binding Commercial Support
- Trans Mountain Finalizes Shipper Commitments for Pipeline Expansion
- Trans Mountain Files Toll Application with National Energy Board for Proposed Expansion Project
- NEB Announces Hearing for Trans Mountain Part IV Application
- Trans Mountain Updates Customer Commitments for Proposed Expansion Project
- NEB Approves Trans Mountain Toll Methodology for Proposed Expanded System