|Bayhurst-Rosetown Fact Sheet||
Proposed Bayhurst to Rosetown Gas Line Expansion
SaskEnergy’s natural gas transmission subsidiary – TransGas Limited – is proposing to build a 135-kilometre, 24-inch high-pressure transmission gas line to increase the natural gas supply in the western part of the province in order to meet growing requirements from residential, commercial and industrial customers. The gas line would begin at an existing TransGas compressor station south of Eatonia, SK and continue northeast, where it would end at the TransGas Rosetown Compressor Station.
Construction is currently expected to begin in Spring 2021, and will be completed over two years. The Rural Municipalities in the project area include: St. Andrews (No. 287), Pleasant Valley (No. 288), Kindersley (No. 290), Snipe Lake (No. 259), Newcombe (No. 260), and Chesterfield No. 261).
On-going communications with landowners, Indigenous communities, local governments and other stakeholders are an important part of all of SaskEnergy’s major projects. For more information, please see the project fact sheet, or contact the project team at firstname.lastname@example.org.