GeoVerra was engaged by North American Helium Inc. (NAH) for their Mankota Pipeline Project. The project was located roughly 6 kilometres south of Mankota, Saskatchewan, within the Mankota No. 45 Rural Municipality. The Mankota Pipeline Gathering System project consisted of approximately 13 kilometres of pipeline to be surveyed and installed for a new helium gas field. The pipeline(s) were constructed to gather raw gas from a number of producing helium wells, into a helium processing facility for filtration and purification.
The pipeline path was partly on public land and partly on private land, and it included cultivated terrain, natural grassland, and tame pasture.
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GeoVerra and its predecessors have worked in Southwest Saskatchewan for decades and have a thorough understanding of the area and local expectations. For many years, landowners and municipalities have relied on and trusted GeoVerra for our professionalism and stewardship of their property. Our attention to detail, local knowledge, understanding of regulations and flexibility allow us to complete projects on time and on budget.
With a safety-first mindset coupled with custom solutions and innovative tools, GeoVerra provides the best possible service and efficient overall project management.
- GeoVerra, along with NAH field representatives and land agents, consulted with landowners to determine the best route for the pipeline to be installed, staking terrain, vegetation, environmental factors, and regulatory requirements into consideration.
- The survey included temporary access roads, bore locations, workspaces, crossings, and profiling.
- The initial survey was completed allowing landowners and NAH to reach agreements for the construction
- GeoVerra carried out the right-of-way staking for the construction of the pipeline.
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