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Enbridge Gas Windsor Pipeline Replacement Now In Service

Wednesday December 1st, 2021, 2:52pm


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Enbridge Gas has completed the replacement of its Windsor natural gas pipeline and it is now in service.

The project was undertaken to help protect the integrity of the pipeline, which serves portions of communities in Tecumseh, Lakeshore, Chatham-Kent, Essex, Leamington, Kingsville and Windsor with reliable and dependable natural gas.

“Safety is always top of mind for us, and the completion of this project helps us continue to serve our customers in the safest possible manner,” said Brian Chauvin, Manager, Southwest Region Operations, Enbridge Gas. “With what promises to be a cold upcoming winter season, it is as important as ever that we work to ensure our infrastructure and assets are resilient and dependable for when our customers and their communities need them most.”

The 64-km long, 6-inch diameter pipeline begins near Enbridge Gas’ Sandwich Compressor Station in Tecumseh and follows County Road 46 and Lakeshore Road 309 in the town of Lakeshore. It then continues by following Goodreau Line to the existing Enbridge Gas Port Alma Gate Station in the municipality of Chatham-Kent.

With the Windsor Pipeline Replacement now in service, the system can support both residential and commercial growth across its entire 64-km span.

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