We can now confirm that the US-based pipeline company is going forward with the construction of a $2 billion Amgen-funded pipeline across the Canadian Arctic.
The pipeline will run from an existing terminal at the North Dakota Port of entry to the Arctic Circle.
The Canadian Arctic is an area with the potential to produce large quantities of natural gas, but is currently a closed-off region for commercial shipping.
The Arctic Gateway Project, as it’s being called, will deliver gas to Canadian customers via a pipeline from the North Dakotas Gulf of Mexico to Canada.
In 2017, the US Energy Department awarded a $1.1 billion contract to Amgen to build and operate the project.
Amgen will build two pipelines across the northern Canadian Arctic, the Gulf of St. Lawrence and the Bering Strait.
The Gulf of Saint Lawrence, which will be a major artery of supply to the US Midwest and Midwest West, will be constructed with the help of two pipelines from the BER pipeline to the Canadian port of Saint John, New Brunswick.
The BER Pipeline is a 1,400-mile, $6.8 billion, US-Canadian pipeline that runs from the US Gulf Coast to the Pacific Ocean.
The Saint John-New Brunswick Pipeline will run through the Beryss Strait.
Amigen is currently building the Gulf Gateway project, which is scheduled to be completed by 2022.
In February 2017, US President Donald Trump signed an executive order authorizing the US to use force to defend US citizens in the Arctic if necessary.
He also ordered the US Department of Energy to develop a plan to protect the Arctic from Arctic oil spills, which would be funded by a $10 billion fund.
Amgera Energy is constructing the St. Mary’s Energy Pipeline, a 1.4-billion-gallon natural gas pipeline that will carry 1.8 million barrels of crude oil daily from the Gulf Coast in Texas to New Brunswick in Canada.
The project will run across the North Atlantic and Gulf of Georgia.
The St. Paul-St. Marys Pipeline is the longest pipeline in the US.
It is scheduled for completion by 2020.
It will be the largest pipeline in New England.
In June 2017, Amgen completed a $7.5 billion deal with Shell to construct a 1-billion gallon pipeline from New Brunswick to New York City.
It’s the largest domestic crude oil pipeline in North America.
The New York-Newark Pipeline, which carries more than 300,000 barrels of Canadian crude daily, will run to the Atlantic Coast from the New Jersey Port of Newark to New Orleans in Louisiana.
It connects the Port of New York with the port of New Orleans, which has a terminal for crude oil.
AmGen said that it plans to build the St Marys pipeline in two phases: a 1 million-barrel per day pipeline from its terminals in New Brunswick, Canada, to its terminal in New York.
The second phase will be built with natural gas and crude oil from the Atlantic coast to New Jersey.
The terminal at New Brunswick will be open in 2020.