M&NP Pipeline

Maritimes & Northeast is a 1,101 kilometer pipeline built to transport natural gas from Nova Scotia’s offshore developments to markets in Canada and the northeastern United States.

The M&NP system consists of a main pipeline running from Goldboro, Nova Scotia through New Brunswick to the Canadian - U.S. border near Baileyville, Maine. Beginning in 1999, M&NP established a large number of market delivery points in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts. 

Within NB, these locations include: Sackville, Baie Verte, Moncton, Fredericton, Saint John, Saint George and St. Stephen. The pipeline now transports onshore and offshore natural gas, as well as natural gas sourced from LNG imports to Canada. Such sources include Nova Scotia’s Sable Offshore Energy Project, Corridor Resources' McCully Project near Sussex, NB  and the ‘Canaport’ LNG Receiving and Re-gasification Terminal in Saint John.