Open Houses

Keeping stakeholders and Indigenous communities informed is an important part of our major projects. 
 
During the planning stage of a project, TransGas may hold an open house. Factors for holding open houses include project location, potential impacts, number of affected stakeholders and Indigenous communities, size or type of project, and land requirements. We send invitations to potentially affected communities and groups, but any interested parties are welcome to attend. 

At an open house, company representatives present the proposed gas line route(s) or location of the gas line or facility. We discuss safety considerations, any impacts to farming, as well as environmental protection measures. Planning, construction and operational practices are also presented. 

TransGas welcomes feedback, concerns and questions about our projects.
 

Upcoming Open Houses

SaskEnergy is hosting a public open house to provide more information about the Regina North Expansion Project:

Wednesday, August 10, 2022
Turvey Center
100 Armour Road, Regina
11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

The project includes a new 16-inch transmission gas line approximately 35-kilometres long between Armour Road northwest of Regina and the Regina north industrial area at McDonald Street/Highway No. 46.