PRINCE GEORGE, BRITISH COLUMBIA – November 16, 2012 – Today, Enbridge Northern Gateway along with members of the community celebrated the grand opening of the Enbridge Northern Gateway office in Prince George, British Columbia.
The Prince George office joins already existing Northern Gateway offices in Vancouver and Kitimat. The newly opened Prince George office will serve as the headquarters for Enbridge Northern Gateway.
“I returned to Prince George last year after spending a number of years working across Canada. It was a decision I was happy to make - for two reasons: It was a chance to come home – something I had always planned to do, and it gave me the opportunity to work on a project that I believe is vitally important for both BC and Canada,” said Janet Holder, Executive Vice President, Western Access at Enbridge Inc. “I am so proud to be standing here today in our new headquarters - this office will serve as the base of operations for Northern Gateway.”
The new office will be located at C103 Parkwood Place 1600 -15th Ave, Prince George, BC.
“Establishing our headquarters in Prince George is a way for many of us who work in the region to have a central, shared office - we are so excited to be relocating to this new space where we can all work together,” said Michele Perret, Senior Manager of Community Relations for Northern Gateway.
Enbridge is committed to Northern Gateway and contributing to the community and local economy through presence, partnerships and employment opportunities.
The Northern Gateway Project is a proposed 1,176-km twin pipeline system and marine terminal. The proposed project, currently under regulatory review, would transport 525,000 barrels per day (bpd) of oil for export and import 193,000 bpd of condensate.
Read more about the office opening from Janet Holder on the Northern Gateway blogs.