|Rosetown-Vanscoy Fact Sheet||
Rosetown to Vanscoy Proposed Pipeline Project
TransGas Limited, SaskEnergy's transmission subsidiary, has temporarily deferred the planned construction of its Rosetown to Vanscoy gas line expansion. After a review of upcoming and scheduled projects, construction is now planned to begin in the spring of 2021.
This gas line expansion project will increase the transportation capacity of our system and bring additional natural gas supply to the area to meet residential, commercial and industrial customer demand. The project cost is currently estimated to be $90 million.
The 86-kilometre, 20-inch high pressure transmission line will begin at an existing TransGas compressor station near Rosetown, Saskatchewan. It would then continue northeast and tie into the natural gas system near Vanscoy. Where feasible, the transmission line would parallel existing gas lines and infrastructure.
The Rural Municipalities in the project area include: St. Andrews (No. 287), Harris (No. 316), Marriott (No. 317) and Vanscoy (No. 345).