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Marion Burnyeat Vice President, Field Services. October 2 nd , 2013. Spectra Energy. As a midstream leader in B.C. for over half a century, we continue to safely deliver clean, abundant, affordable natural gas. safely deliver clean, abundant, affordable. 1. Safe and reliable operations. 2.

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spectra energy
Spectra Energy

As a midstream leader in B.C. for over half a century, we continue to safely deliver clean, abundant, affordable natural gas. safely deliver clean, abundant, affordable.

1

Safe and reliable operations

2

Sustainable value for our stakeholders, communities in which we operate, customers, and employees

  • Providing long-term value to B.C.
a north american energy leader
A North American Energy Leader

British Columbia

  • 1,095 employees
  • Paid $145 million in taxes in B.C. (2012)
  • Gather and process ~60% of natural gas produced in B.C.

North America

  • 5,400 employees - 3,500 in Canada
  • Directly serve 1.4 million Canadian homes and businesses
  • Span 7 provinces and 26 states
north america proposed lng terminals the future of natural gas
North America Proposed LNG TerminalsThe Future of Natural Gas

Eight proposed along B.C. coast

Two proposed in Nova Scotia

Two proposed in Oregon

13 proposed, three permitted to export along Gulf of Mexico

One proposed, one permitted to export along U. S. Atlantic coast

why b c
Why B.C.?

Strengths/Opportunities

  • Massive gassupply position
  • Proximity to Asian markets
  • Well-developed natural gas industry
  • Supportive governments, rule of law and regulatory process
  • Market-based environment, open for business
  • Skilled workforce

Challenges

  • Currently lagging Australia and U.S., no history of LNG export in Canada
  • Emerging issues on “social license”
  • Labour supply and cost structure
  • Large scale project: logistics, port capacity, roads, rail, remote locations
increasing capacity to connect b c gas to premium markets
Increasing Capacity to Connect B.C. Gas to Premium Markets

Horn River

Liard

  • $4B invested over past 5 years maintaining and expanding our transportation and G&P infrastructure
  • $7B+ new growth opportunities indentified
  • Spectra Energy advantage:
    • Cost-effective expansion of existing facilities
    • Utilize existing pipeline corridors to consolidate export gas
    • Experienced project execution teams
    • Exemplary stakeholder relations
    • Interconnected with multiple markets and carriers

Cordova

British Columbia

LNG

Prince Rupert

Montney

Station2

Kitimat

Alberta

EDMONTON

CALGARY

VANCOUVER

SEATTLE

PORTLAND

westcoast connector gas transmission
Westcoast Connector Gas Transmission
  • Spectra Energy-BG Group Project
    • 850 kilometres
    • Up to 4.2 billion Bcf/d of natural gas to serve BG Group’s proposed LNG Plant on Ridley Island
    • Conceptual route developed based on preliminary assessments of environmental, historical, cultural and constructability factors
    • Almost two years of stakeholder input collected/reflected in planning to date, ongoing consultation a priority
    • Environmental review process is underway
    • FID expected 2016
    • Well positioned to serve west coast LNG exports

Proposed

Westcoast Connector

Gas Transmission Project

moving forward
Moving Forward
  • As a sector leader – we know how important it is to earn our social license and keep Aboriginal Peoples and communities engaged and the environment safe
  • We see great potential in Western Canada and will be a major player in the development of British Columbia’s northeastern LNG-related infrastructure
  • This province is sitting on enough natural gas to sustain several generations. In accessing this resource, we make sure to leave this beautiful land the way we found it.