Completed in 2008, Trans Mountain’s award-winning Anchor Loop project involved installing a second pipeline next to the existing Trans Mountain pipeline — a 158-kilometre section of the existing Trans Mountain system between Hinton, Alberta and Hargreaves, BC, just west of Mount Robson Provincial Park. This included twinning a portion of the pipeline system crossing Jasper National Park and Mount Robson Provincial Park, both designated part of the Canadian Rocky Mountains Parks, a United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Site. The project also installed two new pump stations, the Wolf Pump Station near Niton Junction, Alberta, and the Chappel Pump Station near Pyramid, BC.




  • 公园的详细映射
  • More than 30 environmental and socio-economic technical reports including extensive wildlife species studies that enhanced the knowledge base for the Parks, including new information about bird migrations
  • Greenhouses to grow indigenous plants for the areas that were subsequently donated to the Hinton Community Garden
  • 重建道路和桥梁
  • betway体育下载Trans Mountain遗留基金支持改善罗布森省公园和贾斯珀国家公园的生态健康的项目

2010年,Alberta Emerald基金会借鉴了翡翠奖的Kinder Morgan Canada。每年,祖母绿奖“认可并奖励各年度大型企业,个人,非营利区,社区团体和政府每年进行的优秀环境举措。”