Kirkwall-Hamilton Project

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Project Phase: Environmental Studies

Natural gas demand has increased across Ontario, Quebec, eastern Canada and the northeast United States. To meet that demand, Enbridge Gas is proposing to construct a new 48-inch diameter natural gas pipeline located within the City of Hamilton, generally paralleling our existing Dawn-Parkway natural gas transmission system.

(Note: As of Jan. 1, 2019, Union Gas and Enbridge Gas Distribution have amalgamated into one utility with the legal name Enbridge Gas Inc.)

A preferred route has been chosen for the project. Please view the route.

The proposed project will occur between our existing Kirkwall Valve Site, located northeast of the intersection of Safari Road and Valens Road and our Hamilton Valve Site, located east of Highway 6 and north of Carlisle Road.

Our proposed project is subject to Ontario Energy Board (OEB) approval. If approved, construction could begin as early as spring 2021 and be complete by the end of 2021.

Latest Updates

May 10, 2019

Thank you to all who attended our second project information session on May 9 in Flamborough. Please view the storyboards and project questionnaire. If you were unable to attend the information session, please fill out the questionnaire if you have any feedback on the project you would like the project team to receive, and email it to: 

March 1, 2019

Thank you to all who attended our first project information session on Feb. 27 in Carlisle. For those unable to attend, please view the storyboards from the sessions.

We value the thoughts and ideas of interested parties. Feedback received from the public, through the information sessions, and other venues, will be instrumental in evaluating and confirming the final preferred route for the pipeline.

Commitment to environment

Enbridge Gas is committed to minimizing the effects of our projects and operations on the environment. An Environmental Report will be conducted by an independent third party, and in consultation with affected Indigenous communities, landowners, government agencies and others. Keep checking back to this web page for more updates. When finalized, the report will be published here.