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Sask 1st Call maintains a database of information, as provided by its subscriber companies, relating to underground facilities within Saskatchewan. Sask 1st Call will submit your locate request to the registered subscribers listed below for you.

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Participating Companies


Alliance Pipeline is a 3686 kilometer pipeline system designed to transport high-energy natural gas from northeastern British Columbia and northwestern Alberta to the Chicago, Illinois area market hub, for further distribution to markets in Canada and the United States. The system, which travels through three provinces (British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan) and four states (North Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa and Illinois), was constructed with steel 20-50% thicker than most operating pipelines and utilizes state-of-the-art equipment throughout its entire operation. For more information, visit: alliance-pipeline.com
Crescent Point Energy Corp. is an oil and gas producer with assets strategically focused in properties comprised of high quality, long life, operated, light oil and natural gas reserves in western Canada. For more information, visit: crescentpointenergy.com
Inter Pipeline Ltd. is a publicly traded limited partnership that owns and operates 85% of the Cold Lake Pipeline System, as well as four other oil gathering systems in southern Alberta and southwestern Saskatchewan. Totaling approximately 4, 100 kilometers in length, these systems comprise one of the largest crude oil pipeline businesses in Canada. For more information, visit: interpipeline.com
For more information, visit: oneok.com
Plains Marketing Canada, L.P. operates approximately 4,900 kilometers of pipelines in the provinces of Saskatchewan, Alberta and Manitoba. Plains also operates other pipeline-related facilities in these areas. For more information, visit: plainsmidstream.com
For more information, visit: rogers.com
Saskatchewan's natural gas distribution company, delivering natural gas to more than 323,000 residential, farm, commercial and industrial customers. For more information, visit: saskenergy.com
For more information, visit: saskpower.com
TransGas transports, stores, compresses and gathers natural gas in the province of Saskatchewan. For more information, visit: transgas.com
TransCanada's network of about 38,000 kilometres of pipeline transports most of Western Canada's natural gas production to the fastest growing markets in Canada and the United States. TransCanada also owns, controls or is constructing enough power to meet the needs of more than 4.5 million average households (as of July 2003). For more information, visit: transcanada.com

As Sask 1st Call continues to grow, so will the list of participating subscribers! Please refer to this web page for the up-to-date list of subscribers. Sask 1st Call does not represent that its system is a complete or comprehensive database of all underground facilities, only those of the subscriber companies. Excavators must still obtain locates from other underground facility owners who are not currently subscribers with Sask 1st Call.

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