newsletters & publications
-Update on Investing in Canada Infrastructure Funding
-Welcome GPSG's new Project Manager Joe Masi
-Wet Harvest Sparks More Interest in Natural Gas
-Sign the Online Support Petition
-Proposed Pipeline Route
-GPSG Submits application to the Investing in Canada Program
-Municipality of Norfolk Treherne Referendum Results
-GPSG welcomes new members Norfolk Treherne-Rathwell Natural Gas Group
-Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program application intake period open
-Timeline for next steps
-Economic impact analysis results
-Expression of Interest submitted to Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program
-Municipal gains and contributions
-Announcement of Provincial Funding from Partner 4 Growth Program to conduct Economic Impact Analysis
-Elimination of coal and reduction of propane transportation
Partner 4 Growth Program provides $43,590 grant to conduct an Economic Impact analysis for the South Central Natural Gas Project.
-Why providing energy options is good for Manitoban's
-Estimated annual energy cost savings
-Update on re-scoping
-Project funding breakdown
-How can natural gas be used in the home, schools and hospitals, recreation facilities, on the farm, in vehicles, and in industry
-GPSG had a Regional Economic Profile conducted by the Department of Growth, Enterprise, and Trade to establish the current population and economic status of the South Central Natural Gas Project Area
-Natural gas coverage in Manitoba compared to Saskatchewan
-Those in areas without access to natural gas paying the greater share of MB hydro rate increases
-Regional Economic Analysis Profile conducted
-Together with District 2, GPSG gets support from KAP to lobby the Province of Manitoba and the Public Utilities Board to review the feasibility test requirements with the Public Utilities Board to determine more opportunities for rural natural gas expansion.
-GPSG expands Project scope to provide gas service to all residents within communities. With increasing Hydro Electrical rates, there has been interest for access to natural gas for home heating.
Based on feedback received GPSG extends the deadline for expression of interest forms until January 15, 2017 and changes bid amount from $0.02/btu to $0.01/btu for Farm Grain Dryers and Commercial, Manufacturing, and Agricultural Heating.
GPSG hosts a series of public open house information sessions