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Ajax reinforcement project

As you may know, the energy needs of a city grow in proportion to its population. We have identified the strong need to reinforce our natural gas system in the burgeoning region of Ajax, Ontario.

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Boundary road pipeline project

In order to provide safe, essential natural gas to new customers in the Boundary Road area, Enbridge Gas is proposing to install two sections of pipeline -- 6.2 km of 4-inch steel pipe and 3.9 km of 4-inch polyethylene pipe respectively, and the installation of a new district station to support it.

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Dawn Corunna project

In order to maintain the safe and reliable operation of Enbridge Gas’s system, and to continue meeting the natural gas needs of our customers, we are replacing some of our older natural gas storage and transmission assets in the in St. Clair Township area.

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Don River 30 inch replacement project

The project is to replace and abandon a segment of 30 inch natural gas main that supplies the City of Toronto, as the crossing could be subject to risk from significant weather events.

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Fenelon Falls pipeline project

We constructed up to a total of approximately 37 kilometers (km) of natural gas pipelines to serve the Community of Fenelon Falls.

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Georgian Sands pipeline project

We're constructing a natural gas pipeline to service the Georgian Sands planned subdivision in Simcoe County. The planned community is in close proximity to existing Enbridge infrastructure and represents an opportunity to bring clean and affordable natural gas to more homes.

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Kingston lateral reinforcement project

The Kingston lateral reinforcement project will include the construction of a 2 km natural gas pipeline that will begin at the existing Westbrook Enbridge Gas station on Westbrook Road, and connect to Enbridge Gas’ existing system just north of Hwy 401 at a new valve site.

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London lines replacement project

This vital construction project serving various communities in the Middlesex and Lambton Counties will install approximately 82 kilometres of 4-inch and 6-inch diameter natural gas pipeline, that runs through Middlesex County and Lambton County. The project is designed to improve system integrity and provide operational flexibility by replacing the two current pipelines in the area (known as the London Lines).

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Low-carbon energy project

The objective of the project is to blend a small amount of hydrogen gas into our existing natural gas network, to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Enbridge Gas operates a facility which converts surplus electrical energy to hydrogen gas, which would be injected into the existing natural gas network.

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North Bay community expansion project

This project brought natural gas to the communities of North Bay: Peninsula and Northshore Road. This project includes the construction of 27 kilometres of natural gas pipeline at a total cost of $10 million.

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NPS 20 pipeline replacement cherry to bathurst project

This project is to replace 4.5 kilometres (km) of natural gas pipeline of an existing and critically important high pressure 20-inch steel natural gas pipeline that is currently located underground along Lake Shore Boulevard from Cherry Street to Remembrance Drive in Toronto and on Parliament Street from Mill Street to Lake Shore Blvd.

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Proposed 20 inch natural gas pipeline waterfront relocation

This project is to relocate a segment of 20 inch (diameter) vital natural gas main that provides service to customers across the City of Toronto. The project involves the relocation of the pipeline which is currently located on the Keating Railway Bridge and conflicts with Waterfront Toronto’s proposed Port Lands Flood Protection (PLFP) feature.

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Rockland reinforcement project

To better provide affordable natural gas service to the growing municipality of Clarence-Rockland, this project installed a secondary natural gas line to maintain delivery pressures. The project included the construction of up to 4.5 km of 4-inch steel natural gas pipeline and connected to Enbridge Gas’ existing system

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Sarnia industrial pipeline reinforcement project

Demand for natural gas from industries in the Sarnia area is increasing. As a result, Enbridge Gas constructed a natural gas pipeline between our existing Dow valve site and Bluewater interconnect transmission stations in the Township of St. Clair. The pipeline will be 20 inches in diameter, and approximately 1.2 km in length.

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Saugeen First Nation community expansion project

This project included the construction of 16 kilometres of natural gas pipeline at a total cost of $3.3 million to the Saugeen First Nation.

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Scugog Island community expansion project

This project included the construction of 50 km of natural gas pipeline and a station in the Town of Scugog. . The total estimated cost of the project is $16.6 million, with $6.42 million in funding.

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Seaton employment lands pipeline project

We have identified the need to construct approximately 3.5 km of natural gas pipeline in the City of Pickering. The proposed project stems from a customer request for the provisions of gas distribution service to a large assembly plant. The assembly plant is to be constructed on the Seaton employment lands in the City of Pickering.

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Sparks street replacement project

The project is required to replace a 900-metre (m) segment of vital natural gas main along Sparks Street in downtown Ottawa, as the existing nominal pipe size (NPS) 12-inch pipeline is approaching its life expectancy.

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St Laurent Ottawa north pipeline project

We have identified the need to replace approximately 13 km of an existing extra high pressure (XHP) steel natural gas pipeline (St. Laurent Pipeline) that is currently located along St. Laurent Boulevard in Vanier and Ottawa South. The project under consideration represents Phases 3 and 4 of a four-phase plan for replacing the existing St. Laurent Pipeline.

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St. Laurent replacement pipeline project

We installed 1.7 km of pipeline along St. Laurent Boulevard, in the City of Ottawa as the need to replace the existing pipeline on St. Laurent Boulevard due to the current pipe conditions and to better service 140 customers by transferring customers to an intermediate pressure (IP) system.

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2021-2022 Storage enhancement project

To meet the growing demand for natural gas, we are constructing the 2021/2022 storage enhancement project. The project -- located in St. Clair Township, in the County of Lambton -- will allow us to store additional natural gas and to improve the deliverability of our storage operations.

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Windsor pipeline replacement project

The project involves replacing approximately 64 km of the existing Windsor Line, which is a combination of 8 inch and 10-inch diameter pipelines, with a new 6-inch diameter pipeline that will be constructed in the vicinity of the existing pipeline.

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