Prince Rupert Gas Transmission
900 Kilometer Onshore & Offshore Natural Gas Pipeline
Pre-FEED, FEED, bid management and project leadership in preparation for the proposed onshore and offshore Canadian pipeline. The regulatory applications have been submitted to the BC Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) and the BC Oil & Gas Commission.
Prince Rupert Gas Transmission is a proposed 900-kilometer natural gas pipeline project in northern British Columbia. It will safely deliver natural gas from a point near the District of Hudson’s Hope to Lelu Island within the District of Port Edward. Connecting to the proposed Pacific NorthWest LNG Facility on Lelu Island off the coast of Port Edward. The Prince Rupert Gas Transmission (PRGT) plans to construct approximately 110 kilometers (68 miles) of pipeline under water. The pipeline would enter the water at Nass Bay, and continue southwest along the Portland Inlet and Chatham Sound until reaching Lelu Island.
PCS Scope of Work
PCS was contracted as the Owners Engineer to support the Prince Rupert Gas Transmission project team in the project management and oversight of various engineering, surveying and other contractor entities in addition to providing specialized project management input and planning for the permitting, development and construction phases. In this role, PCS continues to provide support including on-site representation and input for the PRGT Safety Group, construction input for the environmental teams, interaction with the permitting teams and onshore/offshore interface support. PCS has personnel in several construction and engineering key positions and has played an integral part in the development of the Installation Contract Request for Proposal and Class 3 estimate development, development of construction organization charts and other construction planning items.