Montreal International Fuel Facilities Corporation (MIFFC) is developing an airport fuel terminal project, including the required connections for reception and distribution to reliably and securely supply three major airports including Montreal.
In March 2014, MIFFC initiated a rigorous environmental impact assessment and consultation process. The Bureau d’audiences publiques sur l’envionnement (BAPE) has recognized the rationale for the project and its coherent location.
The Bureau d’audiences publiques sur l’environnement (BAPE) issued a report that recognized the project’s appropriate location and recommended its implementation.
The Government of Québec has authorized the project by decree in 2019 and 2022, and ministerial authorizations have been issued, while some applications are still being processed. Preparatory work has taken place in November and December 2022. Construction work for the first phase of the project will begin in Fall 2023 and is scheduled over four years.