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Quebec-Based Company Planning $3.4 Billion Pipeline from Ontario to Saguenay

Montreal Gazette, November 20, 2018

A Quebec-based company has announced plans to construct an underground natural gas pipeline that will run 750 kilometres from northeastern Ontario to Saguenay. The cost of the pipeline is estimated at $3.4 billion (USD). Combined with the cost to build the plant that will liquify the natural gas (estimated at $7.1 billion (USD)) both projects could represent a more than $10 billion (USD) investment in the Saguenay region. The project is currently in the planning stages with construction scheduled to begin in 2022. 

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