Construction of a controversial Canadian gas pipeline has been completed, its developer TC Energy announced Monday, after years of work and crippling protests.
The Coastal GasLink (CGL) pipeline aims to bring natural gas from eastern British Columbia to be liquified in a facility on the Pacific coast, before being exported — but the project has long stirred dissension.
"Coastal GasLink has achieved 100% pipe installation across the entire project route, connecting northeastern BC to LNG Canada's facility on the west coast," the energy company said in a statement.
TC Energy, based in Calgary, said it was "well on track for our year-end target."
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