Brunswick Gas Pipeline
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The Brunswick Gas Pipeline, also known as the Emera Brunswick Gas Pipeline, is an operating gas pipeline in Canada.
The pipeline transports re-gasified natural gas from the Canaport LNG Terminal near Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada, to markets in Maritimes Canada and the northeastern USA via the Maritimes and Northeast Gas Pipeline.
- Operator: Emera Brunswick Pipeline Company Ltd.
- Owner: Emera Brunswick Pipeline Company Ltd.
- Parent company: Emera Inc.
- Capacity: 820 million cubic feet per day / 850000 dekatherms per day
- Length: 145 kilometeres
- Diameter: 30 inches
- Status: Operating
- Start year: 2009
- Cost : US$500 million
- Associated infrastructure: Canaport LNG Terminal
Construction began on the pipeline in 2007 and was completed in 2009. The pipeline became operational on July 16, 2009.