CH2M Hill will help a North American energy company work on an infrastructure project that aims to develop a 3,000-kilometer pipeline that would supply natural gas from refineries in Alberta to plants in Eastern Canada.
TransCanada manages the Energy East initiative, which seeks to extend the oil channel by 1.4 kilometers and is expected to boost domestic oil production and economic stability, CH2M Hill said Friday.
Tom Searle, CH2M Hill Canada president, said the company is proud to support an undertaking that is considered a major development in the country’s oil and gas sector.
According to Rob Berra, energy and chemicals unit president, notes the company intends to apply its program management and pipeline development experience to complete the task.
“We look forward to working closely with TransCanada throughout this key project,” Berra added.