In partnership with local first responders, Emera New Brunswick conducts annual mock emergency exercises in rural and urban areas of the Brunswick Pipeline right-of-way.

Most recently, on June 27, 2015, we conducted a mock emergency exercise in the Bonny River area, near St. George, NB.  The purpose of the exercise is to test emergency response and communications practices. Along with Brunswick Pipeline, Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline and Spectra Energy personnel, members of the Bonny River, St. George, Musquash and Blacks Harbour Fire Departments, St. George RCMP, St. Stephen 911 Dispatch, the NB Emergency Measures Organization, Ambulance NB and the Department of Natural Resources Fire Control/Air Operations participated in the exercise.


In 2014, Brunswick Pipeline and the Saint John Fire Department conducted a mock emergency exercise in the Fernhill area of Saint John.  The purpose of that exercise was to test emergency response and communications practices.  The NB Emergency Measures Organization, City of Saint John, Saint John Police, Ambulance NB, NB Power and Saint John Energy also participated in the exercise.  Mock exercises are routine and provide emergency responders and Brunswick Pipeline staff the opportunity to test equipment and procedures in a simulated emergency scenario.

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