Altex Energy Oil Transload, Lynton Intermodal Fort McMurray
Green Plan Ltd. Environmental Consulting was retained by Altex Energy to undertake an environmental assessment and environmental management plan to provide planning criteria for a proposed transload facility at the CN Lynton Intermodal Transload Facility near Fort McMurray, Alberta.The facility will be used to transfer crude oil (bitumen) from truck to railcar and condensate from railcar to truck on the backhaul using specially designed loading gantries and intermediate on-site storage.
CN Multi - Commodity Transload Facility, Prince Rupert, BC
Green Plan Ltd. Environmental Consulting was retained by CN Real Estate to provide a Project Initiators Environmental Review (PIER) of the proposed Multi - Commodity Transload Facility in Prince Rupert, British Columbia. The objective of the PIER was to identify environmental and related regulatory issues that may be encountered during the planning, construction and operation of the project and to provide recommendations for mitigation and compliance. The PIER is an in-house planning tool to assist CN management in planning and carrying-out the project in an environmentally responsible manner.
Inter- Chem Sulphur Transload , Conklin, Alberta
Green Plan Ltd. Environmental Consulting was retained by Inter- Chem to prepare an environmental assessment of the project and facilitate the acquisition of the required land use zoning and regulatory applications. Barr Siding is located near Conklin Alberta, approximately 80 kilometres southeast of Fort McMurray and 400 kilometres north of Edmonton on Highway 881. The facility will be used to transfer molten sulphur from truck to railcar for shipment to refineries in Canada and the U S.
Belcourt Saxon Coal Project, Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia
Green Plan Ltd. Environmental Consulting was retained by UMA Engineering to conduct an Environmental Screening of two potential transportation corridors associated with the Belcourt - Saxon Coal Project near Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia. The rail routes are referred to as the Belcourt Saxon/Quinette connection operating south from Tumbler Ridge and the CN Fraser Subdivision connection near Bend. The combined estimated length of the two corridors is 300 miles. The assessment was aimed at identifying environmental and regulatory constraints associated with the proposed alignments to help with alignment routing and configuration.