This agreement allows Nova Scotia Power to serve our customers better by controlling fuel costs while meeting environmental requirements. Were very pleased to be working with a partner that share our values and expertise in safety and the environment, said Rick Janega, NSPIs General Manager of Power Production.
NSPI built the marine terminal in 2004. It allows access to coal supplies around the globe including low sulphur coal from basins including
Savage has a 58-year history of providing services to customers in a variety of areas including transloading facilities, ports, bulk terminals and major oil refineries. The Company moves over 60 million tonnes of customer products each year through its transportation and material management operations.
It is anticipated that Savage will receive and handle in excess of one million metric tonnes of solid fuel annually at the marine terminal. Savage will commence operation of its services on April 1, 2005.
We are extremely excited to make this strategic move to serve Nova Scotia Power and become part of the business landscape of the Maritimes, said Allen B. Alexander, President and CEO of Savage. Nova Scotia Power is well-recognized throughout
Construction of the new marine terminal was recently completed. It has begun receiving coal supplies at the Strait as part of the commissioning process. Many
The Point Tupper Marine Terminal, at the
About Savage CANAC Corporation
Savage is a leader in providing creative solutions through its operations in material management and transportation systems and facilities for a wide range of customers and industries. Savage owns, directs or manages over 100 operations, in 29 US States and four
About Nova Scotia Power Inc.
Nova Scotia Power Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Emera (TSX-EMA), a diversified regional energy company. Nova Scotia Power provides more than 97% of electric generation, transmission, and distribution to more than 450,000 customers across