- Source: Cypress area of northeast B.C.
- Destination: Prince Rupert
- Ownership: Spectra / BG Group
- Website: http://www.spectraenergy.com/
- Length: 850 kilometres (525 miles)
- Capacity: 4.2 billion cubic feet per day
- Status: Planned
- The Project is envisioned as a natural gas transportation corridor that can allow for up to two pipelines with total design capacity of 8.4 billion cubic feet per day in a single right-of-way, creating an opportunity for multiple LNG projects to the Prince Rupert area, with as small a footprint as possible.
- Service of the initial, approximately 850-kilometre and up to 4.2 billion cubic feet per day natural gas pipeline is currently expected to commence around the end of decade
- The pipeline will supply gas to the BG Group Prince Rupert LNG Export Terminal
- 2012 - Project agreement announced
- 2014 - Project Submits Environmental Assessment Certificate Application
- 2014 - Environmental Assessment Certificate awarded by the Government of British Columbia
- Spectra Announces Project Development Agreement with BG Group for New Natural Gas Transportation System in British Columbia
- Spectra Energy's Westcoast Connector Gas Transmission Project Submits Environmental Assessment Certificate Application
- Spectra Energy's Proposed Westcoast Connector Gas Transmission Project Receives Environmental Assessment Certificate