Alton Update

In October 2021, we announced the decision to decommission the Alton Natural Gas Storage Project. We submitted our plan for decommissioning to the Province of Nova Scotia, and on August 23, 2022 we received approval to proceed with decommissioning.

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In October 2021, we announced the decision to decommission the Alton Natural Gas Storage Project. We’ve submitted our plan for decommissioning to the Province of Nova Scotia. We’re awaiting feedback from the Province of Nova Scotia on next steps for decommissioning.

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Next steps for Alton

Our plan for decommissioning the Alton Natural Gas Storage Project has been submitted to the Province of Nova Scotia.

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Alton Natural Gas Storage Project Update

The Alton Natural Gas Storage Project in Nova Scotia was designed to store natural gas deep underground in two salt caverns, providing a reliable and affordable fuel source to meet the energy security needs of Nova Scotians during periods of peak demand, and a lower carbon energy alternative compared to the fuel oil and coal in the province’s energy mix.

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